Q: How do you draw a decimal square?

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A decimal square is divide by 9 vertical lines and 9 horizontal lines so that there are 100 squares. I would leave one 5x5 square blank, and shade the rest. (1.00-0.25 = 0.75)

draw a square with sides that are 1 metre long.

you must be in Mr. Childs class

draw a square and then draw 7 lines in it

You can draw 10 equal rectangular parts to draw a square. First, draw a square. Then, split into ten equal portions with the dimension either 2 by 5 or 5 by 2. You cannot draw a square with 10 equal squared parts since 10 is not the perfect square. If we don't have the perfect square number of the equal parts, then we are not able to form a square. Actually, you obtain a rectangle.

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A decimal square is divide by 9 vertical lines and 9 horizontal lines so that there are 100 squares. I would leave one 5x5 square blank, and shade the rest. (1.00-0.25 = 0.75)

The digit of 6 in decimal is 6.00

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draw a square with sides that are 1 metre long.

it is possible to draw a square that is a rectangle?

Just draw a square. Squares are rectangles.

you draw a square with 3 lines inside it.

You draw a square for the base of the pyramid and then you draw triangles for the 4 faces. Hope this helps!

you must be in Mr. Childs class

square it

draw a square around it