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The first 4 digits after the decimal point must be zero and the next digit must be 4 or smaller. If it is 4, then the subsequent digits cannot be a sequence of repeating 9s.

Q: How would you write a decimal that less than 5 ten-thousandths?

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The answer will depend on what on earth you mean by "5 yeh thousandths".

There are infinitely many such numbers. One possible answer is -3.

5 ten thousands = Fifty thousands so a number such as 48953 will do.

You cannot write it in any shorter form since the above number indicated a precision to 7 decimal places. Any shorter form would represent a less precise number.

6.302 - 1/10= 6.302 - 0.1= 6.202

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The same as any other decimal number except that the value before the decimal place would be less than 5.

The answer will depend on what on earth you mean by "5 yeh thousandths".

0.00045 ten-thousandths is 0.0005. You can write any number which has 4 or less in place of the 5, and any numbers you want after that. Another example would be 0.000357915.

The answer will depend on what on earth you mean by "5 yeh thousandths".

There are infinitely many such numbers. One possible answer is -3.

There are infinitely many such numbers. One possible answer is -3.

Any number less than ' 1 '.