3rd Grade Math Decimals

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forty-hundreths

four-tenths

six-tenths

sixteen-hundreths

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    forty-hundreths = .40

    four-tenths = .4

    six-tenths = ?

    sixteen-hundreths = ??

  • 3rd Grade Math Decimals -

    forty-hundredths = 0.40

    four-tenths = 0.4

    I'll be glad to check your answers for the other two fractions.

  • 3rd Grade Math Decimals -

    six-tenths 0.6

    sixteen-hundreths 0.16

  • 3rd Grade Math Decimals -

    Right! Good job!

  • 3rd Grade Math Decimals -

    .6
    .16

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