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0.38 = (3X0.1) + ( X )
My sons paper instructs us to fill in the missing values. We understand that we are to fill in the two values in the second set of parenthesis, but that is all we understand.

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    I think they want you to split .38 up into
    3(.1) + 8(.01)

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    Thank You

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