# Math Decimals

Jason has 4 tiles. Each tile has a number printed on it. The numbers are 2,3,6, and 8. A decimal number is formed using the tiles and the clues. Be a math detective and find the number.

Clues: digit in tens place is the greatest number. digit in tenths is less than the digit in the hundredths place. digit in ones place is greater than the digit in the hundredths place

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86.23

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2. 86.23

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3. 5.0

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5. The answer is 86.23 and I am ten and I in fifth grade

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9. 86 .23

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