In decimal fractions, the ones place is located one decimal place to the left of the decimal point.
For example, in the decimal fraction 3.14, the number three is located in the ones place.
All three ARE decimals.
The 3 kinds of decimals are "terminating" "recurring" and "other" Terminating decimals are ones that end, such as 0.74 or 0.19857 Recurring decimals are ones that don't end, but repeat, such as 0.6666666... or 0.142857142857142857.... Other decimals don't end, and don't repeat, but go on forever, such as pi=3.14159265358979323.....
9 ones 2 tenths 7 hundredths
The set of integers is a subset of decimals. If it is all decimals, including infinite non-terminating ones, then it is the real numbers.
9.0, or just 9
Some decimals stop, some keep on going. The ones that repeat are known as recurring decimals.
2 + 0.1 + 0.08
The 7 stands for 7 ones.
Rounding to ones eliminates decimals. 14.9 rounds to 15
The correct answer is 43 rounding to the ones place. The correct answer is 43.3 rounding to one decimal place.
The 'ones' place.