# math

Which of the following decimals is equivalent to three and ten hundredths? a)0.30 b)0.31 c)3.01 d)3.1 My answer is (d.)

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1. You're right.

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2. Thanks Ms. Sue for your help

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3. You're welcome, Ezekiel.

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4. Write 0.1 as frction

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5. Z24>2.64.981,So we add 981 by 6 then divide it and write 4,next we all know that X to the power of zero is zero.infinity then the answer is 30.100

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