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Q: What is the tenths and hudredths?

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What is 11 hundredths as a decimal

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If you mean as an improper fraction then it is 167/100

A tenth means that you divide something into 10 equal parts. A hundredth means that you divide something into a hundred equal parts. If you divide something into MORE parts, each part will be SMALLER.

There are 100 hundredths because 100/100 = 1

51/100 can't be reduced any further

yes because it is not even one yet

place two spaces(because its in the hudredths place)then put this sign(%).

Not sure what is meant by "standard form" but 1+52/100 = 1.52.

5 tenths. A fifth is two tenths. So 7 tenths - 2 tenths = 5 tenths

The 4 is in the tenths' place.

The question does not make sense unless you specify tenths of what! Tenths of a mile, tenths of a foot, tenths of an inch, tenths of a micrometre etc.

17 tenths or 17/10, 1 equals 10 tenths, and the 7 is in the tenths slot, so you add 10 tenths to 7 tenths and you get 17 tenths

Three tenths.

Nine tenths minus four tenths is five tenths, which is also a half.

If you add three tenths to four tenths the sum will be seven tenths.

No.4 tenths isnot equal to 40 tenths.4 tenths is less than 40 tenths.4 tenths = 4/10 = 0.440 tenths = 40/10 = 4

6.4 of them. 6 and 4 tenths has 64 of them.

9 tenths

four tenths

46 tenths

It is: 7 tenths

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Nine tenths is greater than three tenths.

There are 9 tenths in 9 tenths.