Q: How do you read a decimal point if it is .010?

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2.02 is read as two point zero two.

Expressed in words, 10.075 would be read ten point zero seven five.

There can be no number that has more than one decimal point.

The second decimal place to the right of the decimal point is called the hundredths place

There is no such thing as an expanded form of a decimal point!

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No. It is read as "zero point three" or "point three"

1.3 is read as 'one point three'.

twelve hundredths

point two tenths

the decimal point

.54 is bigger than .51. When you read a decimal, you read it from left to right, the biggest decimal number being the one closest to the decimal point.

3.45 is pronounced "Three and Forty Five hundredths. A decimal is considered "and" when read like this

In words, you can read that as "zero point one five".

0.2415 is read as " zero point two four one five". This is so because after decimal point, we read the individual numbers, not the number as a whole.

It separates the numbers

read the decimal as you are supposed to Don't read 0.45 as point 45 read as 45 hundredths this tells you what fraction to write, 45 / 100 and then reduce it to lowest terms, 9 / 20

Either, the decimal with a line over what's repeating (eg. 0.6 with a line over it), or decimal repeating (eg. "point six repeating").