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Examples of tenths, hundredths and thousandths

Decimal numbers are numerical denotations, whether they are rational or irrational. Decimal numbers represent numbers that are not integers , these are characterized by having an integer part and the decimal part, which is separated by a comma. These are used to write inaccurate fractions.

Examples of Tenths, Hundredths and Thousandths.

Next, we will provide you with a list of the 25 most practical and simple examples. So that together with us you can discover how to use Tenths, Hundredths and Thousandths:

Example with number 2

    1. Tenths: 0.2
    2. Hundredths: 0.02
    3. Thousandths: 0.002

 

Example with the number 3

  1. Tenths: 0.3
  2. Hundredths: 0.03
  3. Thousandths: 0.003

Example with the number 4

  1. Tenths: 0.4
  2. Hundredths: 0.04
  3. Thousandths: 0.004

 

Example with the number 5

  1. Tenths: 0.5
  2. Hundredths: 0.05
  3. Thousandths: 0.005

Example with the number 6

  1. Tenths: 0.6
  2. Hundredths: 0.06
  3. Thousandths: 0.006

Example with Number 7

  1. Tenths: 0.7
  2. Hundredths: 0.07
  3. Thousandths: 0.007

Example with Number 8

  1. Tenths: 0.8
  2. Hundredth: 0.08
  3. Thousandth: 0.008

Example with the number 9

 

  1. Tenths: 0.9
  2. Hundredths: 0.09
  3. Thousandths: 0.009

Example with the number 10,456

  1. In this case, we have as the example the figure of 10,456. The tenth in this figure is represented by the number “4”, the hundredths by the number “5” and finally, the thousandths by the number “6”.

Example with the number 123.8934

  1. In this example, the tenths are represented with the number “8”, the hundredths with the number “9” and the thousandths with the number “3”.

Example with the number 3,145

  1. The tenths are represented by the number “1”, the hundredths by the number “4” and the thousandths by the number “5”.

Example with the number 7,986

  1. The figure 7,986 is represented as follows:
  • Tenths: with the number 9.
  • Hundredths: with the number 8.
  • Thousandths: With the number 6.

Example with the number 3,589

  1. The 3,589 figure is represented as follows:
  • Tenths: It is represented in this example by the number “5”.
  • Hundredths: It is represented by the number “8”.
  • Thousandths: It is represented by the number “9”.

Example with the number 1,263

  1. The 1,263 figure is represented as follows:
  • Tenths: It appears with the number 2.
  • Hundredths: It appears with the number 6.
  • Thousandths: It appears with the number 3.

Example with the number 7234,942

  1. The figure 7,234,942 is represented as follows:
  • Tenths: It is represented with the number 9.
  • Hundredths: It is represented by the number 4.
  • Thousandths: It is represented with the number 2.

Example with the number 2,201

  1. The figure 2,201 is represented as follows:
  • Tenths: In this example the tenths are represented by the number 2.
  • Hundredths: They are represented by the number 0.
  • Thousandths: They are represented by the number 1.

Example with the number 4,021

  1. The figure 4,021 is represented as follows:
  • Tenths: The number 0.
  • Hundredths: The number 2.
  • Thousandths: The number 1.

Example with the number 3,578

  1. The 3,578 figure is represented as follows:
  • Tenths: The number 5.
  • Hundredths: The number 7.
  • Thousandths: The number 8.

Example with the number 90,978

  1. The figure 90,978 is represented as follows:
  • Tenths: The number 9.
  • Hundredths: The number 7.
  • Thousandths: The number 8.

Example with the number 56,423

  1. The figure 56,423 is represented as follows:
  • Tenths: The number 4.
  • Hundredths: The number 2.
  • Thousandths: The number 3.

Example with the number 12,234

  1. The figure 12,234 is represented as follows:
  • Tenths: In this example, the tenths are represented by the number 2.
  • Hundredths: They are represented by the number 3.
  • Thousandths: They are represented by the number 4.

Example with the number 32,789

  1. The figure 32,789 is represented as follows:
  • Tenths: In this case, the tenths are the number 7.
  • Hundredths: Hundredths are the number 8.
  • Thousandths: Thousandths are the number 9.

Example with the number 2,081

  1. The figure 2,081 is represented as follows:
  • Tenths: They are the number 0.
  • Hundredths: They are the number 8.
  • Thousandths: They are number 1.

Example with the number 9,097

  1. The 9,097 figure is represented as follows:
  • Tenths: They are represented by the number 0.
  • Hundredths: They are represented by the number 9.
  • Thousandths: They are represented by the number 7

Example with the number 4,003

  1. Finally, in this example we can see that, as in the examples mentioned above, the tenth is located in the first number to the right of the comma, in this case, represented by the number “0”; the hundredths are located in the second place to the right of the comma, represented in this example also by the number “0” and, finally, the thousandths are located in the third place to the right of the comma, in this example represented by the number “3”.

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