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Q: Write a decimal that has a 6 in the tenths place and an 8 in the ten thousandths place?

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No there is not a ones place in a decimal. It's tenths, hundredths, thousandths, ten thousandths, etc.

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6.00021 The first decimal place is tenths, then hundredths, thousandths, ten-thousandths, hundred-thousandths, etc. 21 hundred-thousandths must end in the hundred-thousandths place.

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The thousandths place is 3 after the decimal place. That is, 1 thousandth would be 0.001 To write any number of thousandths, you put the unit of that number in the thousandths place, the tens of the number in the tenths place, and so on. In this case, we want to write 648 thousandths, so that would be written as 0.648

8.4Eight and four tenths can be expressed as 8.4. To the right of the decimal place/point, the first position is tenths, the second place is hundredths, and the third place is thousandths, fourth place is ten thousandths..etc..

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After the decimal it goes tenths hundreths thousandths so the number in the thousandths is 5.

To write twelve and three tenths as a decimal, write the number twelve as a whole number to the left of the decimal place and three tenths as three to the right of the decimal place. It appears as 12.3

The third place to the right of the decimal is the thousandths place. We have nine hundred twenty thousandths= 920 thousandths, so we we write it .920

the place value of a decimal number from left to right (bigger to smaller) are: tenths, hundredths, thousandths, ten-thousandths and so on... Eg:- 2.3758 3- tenths 7- hundredths 5- thousandths 8- ten thousandths

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.48; the first number behind the decimal point is tenths, the next is hundredths, if there was a third number it would be in the thousandths place, ten thousandths, etc . (decimal point, 4 (tenths place, 8 is in the hundredths place = .48

You only show one decimal place, the tenths place. 0.tenths, hundredths, thousandths is how the order goes. The first decimals place is the tenths place. What number is in that place? The 2, so your answer is 2.2.

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