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write the following decimal numbers in words .0087945

0.23 in decimal = 0.23 0.23 in words = twenty-three hundredths

12.9 IS a decimal number. It is twelve and nine tenths.

This way: Fourteen thousandths.

Decimal are not. But negative numbers can be odd or even.

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write the following decimal numbers in words .0087945

0.23 in decimal = 0.23 0.23 in words = twenty-three hundredths

When writing a decimal out in words, the numbers before the decimal are written as if they are whole numbers, and the numbers after the decimal are read as digits. Therefore, for example, 150.35 is read one hundred and fifty point three five.

12.9 IS a decimal number. It is twelve and nine tenths.

Portsmouth changed its area code from 01705 to 023 during the year 2000.At the same time, the six-digit local numbers in use in Portsmouth were prefixed with '92' to make them eight digits long. For example, (01705) 822251 changed to (023) 9282 2251.Southampton also uses the area code 023 and you can dial between the two cities without using the code. However, each city officially has its own block of numbers:Local numbers beginning with "9" are for Portsmouth. That's numbers from (023) 9000 0000 to 9989 9999.Local numbers beginning with "8" are for Southampton. That's numbers from (023) 8000 0000 to 8999 9999.

Just compare the first decimal digit (the first digit after the decimal point), since the integer part is the same. If (as in this case) the first decimal digit is the same, you continue comparing the second decimal digit, etc.

One ten-millionth.

30.20

One ten thousandths.

Decimal, percent, fraction, and words

This way: Fourteen thousandths.

Yes, you can.

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