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Q: What would 4 and three tenths look like as a decimal?

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it would look like this 2.3

To write nine tenths as a decimal, it looks like this: .9

Parts of a number like 3 tenths always go on the right side of the decimal point. Whole numbers go on the left side of the decimal point 3 tenths = .3

You put the digit right after the decimal. For example, if you want to say 91 and 7tenths, you would show it like this:91.7 The tenths would go right after the decimal.

35.052 tenths = 3.5052

It is 3.3

1.8 = one and eight tenths

what does fourty tenths and 7 hundredths look like

first you divide the numerator from the denominator. like if your fraction was five tenths then you would divide like this 5/10 and the calculator will give you the decimal.

Hundredths is two numbers behind the decimal like the 2 in this: 365.1203 And the tenths is on number behind the decimal like the 2 in this: 987.201

0.84

7.6

It would look like this: 9 602 11.3

if you are talking about 6 tens, then it is 60. if you are talking about 6 tenths, it would be 0.6

3.6 because the 6/10 part is like saying .60 and you can choose to add the zero or leave it out

If you have memorized your fraction chart like I have, 9/10 is .90 is it would be 90 cents

What you would do is divide the top number, the numerator, by the bottom number, the denominator, to get the decimal. Then you would find a number like 3.333 but the 3 would keep going on. You would just wright 3.3 with a like right above the 3 in the tenths place. And that's how you would wright a repeating decimal.

The fraction five-sixths would be equal to the decimal zero point eight three three three. If written numerical it would look like this 5/16=0.8333.

It is 0.3

dudeu r a complet idiot. like this .6

3/4 is 0.75 as a decimal

40 is the LCD.

It be written like this: two and three tenths.

12 is not 12 tenths or hundredths because 12 is 12.00000000000000forever 12 hundredths would look like this: 0.12 12 tenths would look like this: 1.2

A like decimal will have the same place value. For example, a like decimal to 0.0004 would be 0.0005.