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I said C
you are right
Yeah it's C.
After we did it in the last one, u left
Which of the following is equal to sixty-four and twenty-five thousandths? 64.205 64.0025 64.025 64.005
Can't you teach this person how to do it rather than just giving the answer? These questions are pretty simple to understand.
c is rihgt
.2 = tenths .02 = hundreds .002 = thousands
and so on
i mean you're doing a good job i'm just saying that you could be wasting your time teaching questions that are almost identical to each other..
@Sepeario you are 100% correct. Ill become teacher 4 one day
@acc12 get yourself a sheet of paper and a pencil!!! its time to learn... PLACES OF A DECIMAL!
i got to go to a classs conet get to you later iam going fan chat
Oh well, I'll just say it for anyone else who needs help. If there is a number 1 space behind a decimal, it is in the tenths place (i.g. .2 = tenths place) If there are 2 numbers behind the decimal it is in the hundredths place (i.g. .02 = hundredths place) if the number is 3 places behind the decimal it is in the thousandths place (i.g. .002 = thousandths place) and so the story goes.
Directions: Select all the correct answers. Which decimal numbers are equivalent to the model above? 13.024 132.04 132.4 132.400 13.240 132.004 132.40 Submit