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I am a number between 1 and 10 .My tenths digit is 1 less than my ones digit,my hundredths digit is sum of my ones and tenths digit, my thousandths digit is 1 more than my hundredths digit.What number can i be?

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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7805.4

The 3 is in tenths place. The 7 is in hundredth place. 5 or above in the hundredths place rounds the tenths place up by one tenth. The .3 becomes .4.

The 3 is in tenths place. The 7 is in hundredth place. 5 or above in the hundredths place rounds the tenths place up by one tenth. The .3 becomes .4.

Sep 18, 2017 | The Office Equipment & Supplies

(45.21) ...you round it to two digits beyond the decimal point. 45.2 is to the nearest tenth, 45.20 or 45.21 is to the nearest hundredth.

The 8 after the zero in the hundredths column means that you round the zero to the next number, being one (1), or 45.21, which is 45 and 21 hundredths...or 45.21.

If the number was 45.2048, you would round that to 45.20 to the nearest hundredth.

do you see it now?

The 8 after the zero in the hundredths column means that you round the zero to the next number, being one (1), or 45.21, which is 45 and 21 hundredths...or 45.21.

If the number was 45.2048, you would round that to 45.20 to the nearest hundredth.

do you see it now?

Jan 25, 2016 | Office Equipment & Supplies

Hi,

Step 1 - figure out which column in the hundredths - it is two to the right of the decimal, tenths, hundredths, thousandths, etc

Step 2 - look to the number immediately to the right of this number.

Step 3 - If this number is 5 or greater, add 1 to the hundredths column and make everything to the right 0.

Step 4 - If this number is 4 or less, we don't add 1 to the hundredths column and make everything to the right of the hundredth's column 0.

In this case, the number to the right of the hundredth's column is a 1, which is 4 or less, so we don't add 1 to the 6 and make everything to the right of the 6 a 0.

I get 736.960000000, and in proper form we right this at 736.96.

Let me know if you have any questions.

Good luck.

Paul

Step 1 - figure out which column in the hundredths - it is two to the right of the decimal, tenths, hundredths, thousandths, etc

Step 2 - look to the number immediately to the right of this number.

Step 3 - If this number is 5 or greater, add 1 to the hundredths column and make everything to the right 0.

Step 4 - If this number is 4 or less, we don't add 1 to the hundredths column and make everything to the right of the hundredth's column 0.

In this case, the number to the right of the hundredth's column is a 1, which is 4 or less, so we don't add 1 to the 6 and make everything to the right of the 6 a 0.

I get 736.960000000, and in proper form we right this at 736.96.

Let me know if you have any questions.

Good luck.

Paul

Aug 27, 2015 | Office Equipment & Supplies

You need more information to round to the nearest tenth, you need the hundredths column.

For example, if the number was 6.54, we look at the number beside the tenth column, the hundredths column. If it is 4 or less, we round down and don't add one to the tenths column and the result is 6.5.

However, if the number was 6.55, the number beside the tenths column is 5 or greater, we add 1 to the tenths column and get 6.6.

Good luck.

Paul

For example, if the number was 6.54, we look at the number beside the tenth column, the hundredths column. If it is 4 or less, we round down and don't add one to the tenths column and the result is 6.5.

However, if the number was 6.55, the number beside the tenths column is 5 or greater, we add 1 to the tenths column and get 6.6.

Good luck.

Paul

Apr 15, 2015 | Office Equipment & Supplies

hundredths

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As an example, let divide 15 by 17. I get 0.882352841.

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tenths

To round to the nearest hundredth, we have to find the hundredths column, look to the digit to the right. If it is 5 or over, we add 1 to the hundredths column, otherwise we don't need to add one to the hundredths column.

I don't know if my spacing on identifying the columns will be retained, so the tenths column is the first one to the right of the decimal. There is an 8 in the tenths column. The next column to the right is the hundredths column. There is an 8 in the hundredths column. In the column to the right of this, we have a 2, so we don't have to add one to the hundredths column. I get 0.88.

Good luck.

Paul

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As an example, let divide 15 by 17. I get 0.882352841.

'

tenths

To round to the nearest hundredth, we have to find the hundredths column, look to the digit to the right. If it is 5 or over, we add 1 to the hundredths column, otherwise we don't need to add one to the hundredths column.

I don't know if my spacing on identifying the columns will be retained, so the tenths column is the first one to the right of the decimal. There is an 8 in the tenths column. The next column to the right is the hundredths column. There is an 8 in the hundredths column. In the column to the right of this, we have a 2, so we don't have to add one to the hundredths column. I get 0.88.

Good luck.

Paul

Mar 31, 2015 | Office Equipment & Supplies

Assuming you do mean to the nearest hundred, answer the question 'is this number closer to 5400 or 5500?' It is closer to 5400 (The first digit to the left of the decimal point is 'ones', the second place is 'tens', the third place is 'hundreds', so you look at the third digit to the left to round to the nearest hundred)

If, in fact, you meant hundredth, answer the question 'is it closer to 5403.26 or 5403.27?' It is closer to 5403.26 (The first digit to the right of the decimal point is 'tenths', the second digit is 'hundredths', so you look at the second digit to the right to round to the nearest hundredth)

If, in fact, you meant hundredth, answer the question 'is it closer to 5403.26 or 5403.27?' It is closer to 5403.26 (The first digit to the right of the decimal point is 'tenths', the second digit is 'hundredths', so you look at the second digit to the right to round to the nearest hundredth)

Sep 17, 2014 | The Learning Company Achieve! Math &...

You should have added a comment to your first question.

Here is the explanation, Your numbers are

28. 79, 65.91, 79.88, 926.7

Let look at the 9-digits

28.7**9 : 8 **occupies the units-position, 2 the tens position, 7 the tenths position, and 9 the** hundredths **position. Do not confuse the cardinal numbers (ten, hundred, thousand,...) with the ordinal numbers used to express the positions in the decimal part , such as tenths, thousandths, etc.

For the other numbers the value of the 0-digit are

65.**9**1 tenths

7**9**.88 units

**9**26.7 hundreds

Here is the explanation, Your numbers are

28. 79, 65.91, 79.88, 926.7

Let look at the 9-digits

28.7

For the other numbers the value of the 0-digit are

65.

7

Sep 12, 2014 | Lands Phones

3849.42 .

Keep two decimal digits after the decimal point (the tenths and hundredths digits). If the third digit is 5 or larger, round up.

Keep two decimal digits after the decimal point (the tenths and hundredths digits). If the third digit is 5 or larger, round up.

Mar 21, 2013 | Mathsoft Computers & Internet

(hundreds) (tens) (ones) DECIMAL POINT (Tenths) (hundredths)

So you have six and 28 hundredths. If nearest tenth is 2 the number after it is an 8, therefore the 8 is rounded UP to 10 and the 2 becomes a three.

So you have six and 28 hundredths. If nearest tenth is 2 the number after it is an 8, therefore the 8 is rounded UP to 10 and the 2 becomes a three.

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