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Q: How would you write fifty eight hundredths as a decimal?

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To read the decimal 8.79, you read it eight and seventy-nine hundredths because after the decimal, there are two place values. The first is tenths and the second is hundredths. Since the last number, 9, is in the hundredth place, the whole decimal would be read as a hundredth.

Five and six hundredths in decimal form is 5.06

Fifty-nine hundredths.

0.83

0.68

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8.51

fifty-two hundredths is:52/100so that would be 0.52fifty two hundredths in decimal form is 0.52.6.052

8.57 is eight point five seven or eight and fifty seven hundredths

The decimal number is "fifty and seven hundredths." In US currency, this would be "fifty dollars and seven cents."

The numeral 155.58 would be written or spoken "one hundred fifty-five and fifty-eight hundredths." In US currency, it would be "one hundred and fifty-five dollars and fifty-eight cents."

A whole number of hundredths is basically a decimal or a fraction turned into a percent. For example, One hundredth is equivalent to 1%. Fifty hundredths would be 50% 75 hundredths would be 75%. 51 hundredths would be 51%.

You take the place vlaues accordingly: first there are the tenths, then the hundredths, then thousandths, ten thousandths, so on. For example, 0.1 would be 1 tenth. 0.01 would be one hundreth, 0.001 would be one thousandth, and so on. Each zero marks a decimal place. Therefore, fifty-five hundredths would be written as 0.55.

To write out fifty hundredths in decimals, you would write it as 0.50

The decimal numeral 2.54 is written or spoken "two and fifty-four hundredths." In US currency, it would be "two dollars and fifty-four cents."

In decimal notation, that would be: 0.0826 As a fraction, that would be: 413/5000

4.51 write in words is four and fifty one hundredths. One decimal place is tenths, two is hundredths three would have been thousandths.

A hundredths is 0.01

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