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That means to add 10 at a time. The result is 10, 20, 30, 40, etc.

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Q: How do you count by 10s?

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It is only because we count in tens - and 5 10 and 2 are factors.

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There are 8 10s in 85, with 5 left over.

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it originated in Roman times, the Latin word for 10 is deci, so everything used to be divided up in 10s, which was the easiest way to measure and count. ( fingers and toes for example)

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Every 30 numbers you end up in the 10s place when you count by 3s. 30,60,90

It is only because we count in tens - and 5 10 and 2 are factors.

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there are 7 tenths in 275 or 2.75 10s

There are 8 10s in 85, with 5 left over.

Sadly, the phrase "10s to 76w longitude" is quite meaningless.-- As soon as you say "10s" or "10 south", that's the latitude.-- 10s/76w is the latitude and longitude of a point. The point isin central Peru, about 165 miles northeast of the center of Lima.

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it originated in Roman times, the Latin word for 10 is deci, so everything used to be divided up in 10s, which was the easiest way to measure and count. ( fingers and toes for example)

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3.2 of them.

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