Q: What number will you get if you take away 1 tenths 3 times from 1?

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3 tenths

nine-tenths

1-0.5=0.5.

subtraction means you have to take away from the number

You take the number to the right of the tenths place (9). Then, you round the number in the tenths place depending on the number in the hundredths place (<5- stay the same, >4-round up). The answer would be 4.3.

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3 tenths

nine-tenths

one take away one tenth = nine tenths

24

1-0.5=0.5.

If you assume that number 1 equals 10, then there are ten tenths in this. If you take the number up to 3.5, then this would be 35 tenths. However, if you are asking how many tenths are there in 3 and a half from the NUMBER 10, then this works out at 2.85.

Two tenths of a metre is 20 cm, so you'll be left with zero.

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to divide by only using subtraction you just continuously take away until it reaches a number that will no longer allow the number to be taken away and count the amount of times you took away that number

subtraction means you have to take away from the number

You take the number to the right of the tenths place (9). Then, you round the number in the tenths place depending on the number in the hundredths place (<5- stay the same, >4-round up). The answer would be 4.3.

You write it as 1.2 it's more than 1whole so you take 1 or 10 in this case away. Now you have two tenths making the answer 1.2