3rd Grade Math

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five-tenths 0.5

five-hundreths 0.05

three-tenths 0.3

three-hundreths 0.03

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    a laundry room is shaped like a rectangle. the area of the room is 6 square yards. the perimeter is 10 yards. The room is longer than it is wide. How wide is the room? How long it the room?

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    what is the area of a rectangle

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    Tenth and ones
    I am greater than 27
    I am less than 30
    I have 9 ones

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