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Q: Does the number get smaller when you go the the right of the decimal?

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The ten place is the first number to the right of the decimal.

yes, you go to the right of the decimal it is like the opposite of being to the left of it..for example if you are going to the right of the decimal more zeros would mean a bigger number right? So going to the left is the opposite, more zeros(or any placeholder technically) would mean a smaller number

after the whole number

a terminating decimal, like 0.75

Because when you want to divide a decimal by a larger number, like 3 divided by 5, you need to add a zero to make the 3, 30, so you can divide, but then the quotient has to be a decimal because 5 does not go into 3 evenly

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The ten place is the first number to the right of the decimal.

yes, you go to the right of the decimal it is like the opposite of being to the left of it..for example if you are going to the right of the decimal more zeros would mean a bigger number right? So going to the left is the opposite, more zeros(or any placeholder technically) would mean a smaller number

Go from left to right along the number line.

no a bigger number cannot go into a smaller number. A decimal would incur as it is smaller than 1. 0.476... 210 is divisible by 10 though, it goes into it 21 times

26 is greater. 26 is a whole number 0.3 is a decimal number, in decimal numbers the whole numbers go on the left side of the decimal point and the parts of a number (fractions) go on the right side of the decimal point. So . 3 is not even a whole number.

You go through smaller numbers to see which can go into your number without remainder.You go through smaller numbers to see which can go into your number without remainder.You go through smaller numbers to see which can go into your number without remainder.You go through smaller numbers to see which can go into your number without remainder.

Parts of a number like 3 tenths always go on the right side of the decimal point. Whole numbers go on the left side of the decimal point 3 tenths = .3

The decimal would go left. For example: 18.0: Smaller: 1.8 Bigger: 180

yes

After the 5!

after the whole number

Yes. Start with the decimal point, go to the right. first number is one, on the other first number is zero.

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