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posted by Mattie .
how do I explain how to solve the following problem
2 X 10 square + 3 X 10 to the first + 5 X 10 to the zero +7 X 10 to the negative one

how to write 0.09 3/40.5 1/3 2/5

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2 X 10 square + 3 X 10 to the first + 5 X 10 to the zero +7 X 10 to the negative one
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= 2(10^2) + 3(10) + 5(10^0) + 7(10^1)
= 200 + 30 + 5 + 7/10
=235.7
looks like we have the number 235.7
decomposed into its different position values.
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