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Q: What is 3000 in decimal form?

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3000 as a decimal value is 3000.0. As a fraction, 3000 is 3000/1.

you cannot say that you could convert 30 to a decimal! Unless a fraction which is 3000/10.

It is 3000+500+10+6+0.5+0.06+0.008

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This cannot really be answered because there are no decimal places. You can say 3000 millimetres is 3 metres. So 3 metres is either 0.3 decametres or 0.003 kilometres. These are decimals, but you are changing the prefix in front of the metre.

That is decimal form

As a terminating decimal, 0.14133333333 = 14133333333/100000000000 As a recurring decimal, 0.141333... = 141/1000 + 3/9000 = 423/3000 + 1/3000 = 424/3000 = 53/375

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Exactly as you have done in your question.

Expressed as a surd, the square root of 3000 is equal to 10 sqrt(30). Expressed as a decimal fraction rounded to two decimal places, the square root of 3000 is equal to ±54.77.

3000

A decimal number is simply a way of representing a number in such a way that the place value of each digit is ten times that of the digit to its right. A decimal representation does not require a decimal point. So the required decimal representation is 3000, exactly as in the question.

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