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writing to explain explain why it is important to line up decimal numbers by their place value when you add or subtract them.

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  1. Because you have to add place values...

  2. Line them up so that you don't add numbers with different values.

    http://www.softschools.com/math/topics/adding_and_subtracting_decimals/

  3. It is important to line up decimal numbers in their place value because it helps make the problem easier to solve and it makes less mistakes because you know the place value for each one.

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    posted by Jenina
  4. Why is it important to line up desimals numbers by their place value when you add or subtract them

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    posted by Danna
  5. why is it important to line up decimal when u adding or subtract them

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    posted by hi
  6. explain how it is important to line up decimals numbers by their place value when you add or subtract them

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  7. You get the wrong answer

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  8. By subtracting and AddINg

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    posted by Selena
  9. It is important to line up decimals because you need to line it up for the correct place value.

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    posted by Dione
  10. It is important to line up the decimals so it makes the problem easier and you know the place value for each one

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    posted by Monica
  11. What does pie equal?

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  12. I'm done

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    posted by ms. Sue
  13. why is it important to line up decimal numbers

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  14. All of your answers are right!great job. 0w0

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    posted by Ms.Alex

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