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  • 4 years ago

Explain why one column in a hundredths grid is equal to one column in a tenths grid.

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  1. anonymous
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    perhaps you could post the full question, because this is hard to decipher

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    One column in a hundredths grid is 10 hundredths. Just as 10 pennies are equal in value to a dime (1/10 of a dollar), 10 hundredths are equal to one tenth.

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    gt it?

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