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how do you write in decimal form, five and fourteen thousandths?

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    5.014 I believe.

    What you do is you would leave the whole number and put it behind the decimal and then divide 14 by 1000.

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    Can you please tell me what do you get when you subtract 1000 miles from 231.05 miles?

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