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Q: How many hundredths in all of the number 2.053?

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42 hundredths is written as 0.42. One tenth is 0.1 and one hundredth is 0.01, you have 42 of them, and if you add them all together you get 0.42.

The '7' is in the hundredths place. Perhaps this seems strange to some because the 'hundreds' place is the third place to the left of the decimal. Keep in mind that there is one and only one 'units' place, and it serves as the units place for the entire number. It would make no sense to have more than one of them. Say that we create a new way of writing numbers where all we do is identify the units place like this []. A number like this would be easy to interpret: 987[6]543 and the number of places from 'units' easier to see. Tens and tenths, 7 and 5; hundreds and hundredths, 8 and 4, etc.

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205.3 of them.

The fact that there is a trailing zero and the number is not given as 101.01 is indicative that the number is accurate to the nearest ten thousandths, not just the nearest hundredths. Therefore, it has seven significant digits.

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There's an infinite number of answers, like 7.924 or 7.925 but all of them will have a 2 in the hundredths place because the two numbers have a 2 there.

The order of the decimal places, after the decimal point are:tenths-->hundredths-->thousandths and so on (increasing by 10 each time).In this number there is an 8 in the tenths place, a 4 in the hundredths place, and a 3 in the thousandths place.However, to get the answer you must put this all together, using all of the number up to the place you desire. In this case you have 843 thousandths. If you were to add 157 thousands, you would have 2196.0

37.856 rounded to the nearest hundredth is 37.86. The first place (first number) to the right of the decimal (period, dot) is the tenths place, the second number is the hundredths place, the third is the thousandths, etc. To round to the hundredths place you look at the number on the right of the second number. If this number is five or greater you add 1 to the hundredths number and remove the rest of the numbers further to the right. If its less than five you simply remove all numbers to the right of the second number.

Look at the hundredths place only. If it is 5 or more round up, add one to the tenths place, and throw away the hundredths and all decimal parts to the right of it. If the hundredths place is less than 5 round down, which means keep the tenths place the same and throw away the hundredths and all decimal parts to the right of it. Ex: 65.734 ... 3 is the hundredths place and is less than 5 ... round down = 65.7 or 74.38111 --- 8 is the hundredths place and is greater than 5 ... round up = 74.4

0.09 All these numbers can be categorised in wholes, tenths and hundredths. Therefore 3.26 is 3 wholes, 2 tenths and 6 hundredths; 0.54 is 0 wholes, 5 tenths and 4 hundredths; 89.00 is 89 wholes, 0 tenths and 0 hundredths; 0.09 is 0 wholes, 0 tenths and 9 hundredths. Hence 0.09 is the smallest of the numbers.

Here is a link that will give you all the nutrition information. http://www.nutritiondata.com/facts/fruits-and-fruit-juices/2053/2

Think of the % sign as meaning /100 like a fraction. You can see there is a line and two zeros so just swap it all around to /100. So then 100%=100/100 which equals 1 So then 6%=6/100 (six hundredths) six hundredths as a decimal = 0.06 (first number after decimal point is tenths, second number after the decimal point is hundredths). Hope this helps!

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