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Q: What decimal is 300 hundredths less than 3 tenths?

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It is: 0.03 minus 0.3 = -0.27

45 hundredths

two tenths is more then ten one hundredths

If the second number after the decimal (hundredths) is less than 5 it rounds to the first number after the decimal (tenths). If the second number after the decimal (hundredths) is 5 or greater it rounds to one higher than the first number after the decimal (tenths). For example 0.14 = .1 0.16 = .2

It is 0.27

12 hundredths would be .12 and seven tenths would be .7So, 12 hundredths, is NOT more than 7 tenths.12 hundredths is less than 7 tenths.

tenths, twenthies,hundredths, two hundredths, ones

0.05 is less than 0.5. 0.05 means five hundredths, whereas 0.5 means 5 tenths. Hundredths are smaller than tenths.

hundredths are smaller than tenths because on a grid tenths is bigger than hundredths

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it is actually less...much less

because 5.06 has a 6 in the hundredths place which is less than having a 7 on the hundredths place when both tenths are 0

it is equal

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3.67 (three and sixty-seven hundredths) is three hundredths (0.03) less than 3.7 (three and seven tenths).

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

0.30 - 0.03 = 0.27

23.9

No it is not, because three fifths=.6 as a decimal and three tenths=.3 as a decimal. So 3/5 is not less than 3/10.

16.1 is larger cause if the 1 is in the tenths then it has a larger value and 2 which is in the hundredths is a smaller value remember tenths are larger behind the decimal and more than tenths is a smaller value behind the decimal

35 percent means a number less than 1, which is shown to the LEFT of the decimal place. But you have 35 one-hundredths (per cent means "for each 100") of 1. That is shown to the RIGHT of the decimal place, in the space for one-tenths and one-hundredths. A non-negative number less than 1 is..... 0! So you write 0. after you add the decimal point. Now you have how many one-hundredths to place in the space for each one-tenth and each one-hundredth? 35!!!!! That is 3 one-tenths and 5 one-hundredths. So your decimal is 0.35, which means 35%.

1.09 is actually bigger because it is 1 and 9 hundredths but 1.9 is only i 9 tenths... and hundredths are bigger than tenths

To find two hundredths less than two tenths, you have to subtract 0.02 from 0.2. Since 0.2 equals 0.20, you can use 0.20 to subtract 0.02 from. 0.20 - 0.02 = 0.18, which is your answer.

Six tenths is 6/10, or .6. Six hundredths is 6/100, or .06. Six tenths is greater than six hundredths by 0.54.

The tenth place is the number after the decimal. So it would be the first 8. If you need to round to the tenth place you must round the tenths place up or down (this rounding is determined by the value in the hundredths place). The hundredths place is the second number after the decimal, it would be the second 8 in the example given. If the value in the hundredths place is 5 or greater (5,6,7,8, or 9) the tenths place value would increase by one. If the hundredths place value is less than 5 (4,3,2, or 1) the tenths place value would remain the same. In the example 4.888, the hundredths place is greater than five, so the tenths place value increases by one... So when rounding 4.888 to the tenths place, the answer would be 4.9.

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