1. math

    how to subtract numbers with decimals Line up the decimal points and proceed the same way as you would when subtracting whole numbers. Example: 56.78 12.34 ____ 44.44 It works the same when adding decimalized numbers. example: 92.4 -6.41 _____ 1) When

    asked by tyler on August 30, 2005
  2. algebra

    true or false 1. fraction cant be written as decimal. 2. natural numbers are referred to as counting numbers.whole numbers consists of counting numbers.whole numbers consist of counting numbers as well as the number 0 3. intergers do not include negative

    asked by samanthast on August 31, 2008
  3. math

    subtract o.36 from 6 do I move the descimal point over how do I do this problem Use 6.00 as the top number. Line up the decimal points and subtract 0.36 from 6.00.

    asked by patti help on March 11, 2007
  4. math

    how do u mutiply decimals and how do u make a decimal into a fraction do you mean long-hand?? write down the numbers the way you would whole numbers, skipping the decimal perform the multiplication as if you had no decimals count up the total number of

    asked by leelee on April 15, 2007
  5. math

    Match the term with it's meaning real numbers irrational numbers rational numbers integers whole numbers natural numbers radical square root perfect squares cube roots terminating decimals repeating decimals truncate radicand a decimal which can be

    asked by shadow on April 17, 2018
  6. math

    How do you multiply decimals If you look at the box up above that says jump, scroll down to the math section. If you select arithmetic you'll see a section on decimals there. That section has a subsection on multiplying them. when you multiply decimals you

    asked by Taylor on September 9, 2006
  7. Computer Science

    Convert the following binary numbers to decimal (6 points): 11111 101011 1101011 Convert the following decimal numbers to binary (6 points): 49 367 1023 Convert the following hex numbers to decimal (4 points): ACE 800 Convert the following decimal numbers

    asked by parth on October 18, 2015
  8. Math

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

    asked by Anonymous on September 19, 2013
  9. Math (HELP PLEASE)

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

    asked by Anonymous on September 19, 2013
  10. Math

    Can someone help me with this problem? A) Separate the fractions 2/6, 2/5, 6/13, 1/25, 7/8, and 9/29 into two categories: those that can be written as a terminating decimal and those of non-terminating. Write an explanation of how you made your decision.

    asked by B.B. on July 11, 2009
  11. 4th grade

    to subtract two decimals, line them up using the ?

    asked by julia on March 25, 2010
  12. math

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

    asked by LAKSHMI on September 10, 2014
  13. math

    what is

    asked by bret on November 30, 2006
  14. Math

    Always Line Up Decimal Points When Adding Rational Numbers. True Or False

    asked by Zhanise on April 4, 2013
  15. Algerba II

    Hi Do decimals such as 2.718 represent rational numbers or irrational numbers. Explain. Do repeating decimals such as 2.3333 . . . represent rational numbers or irrational numbers? Explain. So I look back in my textbook and find rational numbers (e.g.,

    asked by Algerba II on August 26, 2008
  16. Math 115

    Every fraction has a decimal equivalent that either terminates (for example,1/4=0.25 ) or repeats (for example,2/9=0.2 ). Work with a group to discover which fractions have terminating decimals and which have repeating decimals. You may assume that the

    asked by blondie on December 5, 2007
  17. Math 115

    Every fraction has a decimal equivalent that either terminates (for example,1/4=0.25 ) or repeats (for example,2/9=0.2 ). Work with a group to discover which fractions have terminating decimals and which have repeating decimals. You may assume that the

    asked by blondie on December 5, 2007
  18. Math

    1. Write the place name for the 4 in the following number: 3,624,786 Answer: Thousand 2. Round the following number to the nearest ten: 53 Answer: 5 3. Find the sum of the following problem: 2,168 + 305 Answer: 2473 4. Estimate the sum of the following

    asked by Silika on July 1, 2012
  19. 5th Grade Math/Making a Duplicate

    I need help with a worksheet that has a line going down with a y with positive numbers at the top and negative numbers at the bottom and the it has a line going across with an x with negative numbers on left and positive on right. It has a tic tac toe

    asked by Schwann on March 29, 2011
  20. Math/Corrdinate Plane

    I need help with a worksheet that has a line going down with a y with positive numbers at the top and negative numbers at the bottom and the it has a line going across with an x with negative numbers on left and positive on right. It has a tic tac toe

    asked by Schwann on March 29, 2011
  21. geometry

    We are learning about proofs. We drew lines between noncollinear points. Our table showed 2 points >> 1 line segment, 3 point >> 3 line segments, 4 points >> 6 line segments, 5 points >> 10 line seg, 6 points >> 15 line seg. etc. Write an expression in

    asked by Zack on October 8, 2008
  22. Math

    We are learning about proofs. We drew lines between noncollinear points. Our table showed 2 points >> 1 line segment, 3 point >> 3 line segments, 4 points >> 6 line segments, 5 points >> 10 line seg, 6 points >> 15 line seg. etc. Write an expression in

    asked by Anon on April 12, 2014
  23. Fibonacci Numbers: Understand one part not another

    I understand how to use a calculator to write the decimal point using the golden ratio which is 1.618034 and the conjugate is -.618034. I also know that the relationship between the decimal expansions is that everything to the right of the decimal is the

    asked by Rachel on October 12, 2011
  24. Math

    Which statements is false? A. A decimal fraction has a multiple of 10 as a denominator. B. Every rational number can be associated with a point in the real number line. C. A terminating decimal cannot be expressed as a repeating decimal. D. The set of

    asked by Kimberly on July 8, 2015
  25. computers

    digital logic design ( i have a lot questios so please help me) Proof that: A¡¦.B + B¡¦.C¡¦ + A.B + B¡¦.C = 1 Q3 [2 points], According to DeMorgan theorem, the complement of W . X + Y . Z is W¡¦ + X¡¦ . Y¡¦ + Z¡¦ Yet both functions are 1

    asked by snfor on March 22, 2008
  26. math correction

    graphing : y = 3/4x +2 the points i have are: (-3, -1/4), (-2,1/2),(-1,1 and 1/4)0,2),(1, 2 and 3/4),(2, 3and 1/2)(3, 4 and 1/4),(4,5) Question: If you graphed this...did the points fall on the line? If they did, they have to be points on the line.

    asked by jasmine20 on January 14, 2007
  27. math

    draw a number line and label at least 5 points as fractions and decimals.explain your answer

    asked by bebe on February 2, 2012
  28. Algebra

    Consider the points (3, –1) and (9, 2). (a) State the midpoint of the line segment with the given endpoints. (b) Find the distance between the points. Show some work. Give the exact answer (involving a radical), and also an approximation to three decimal

    asked by Kate on June 13, 2009
  29. math

    ACTIVITY 12: TERMINATE OR REPEAT? Every fraction has a decimal equivalent that either terminates (for example, ) or repeats (for example, ). Work with a group to discover which fractions have terminating decimals and which have repeating decimals. You may

    asked by gertrude on October 8, 2008
  30. Math

    A line 'l' intersects line 'm' at point A at 45 degree angle. B and C are points on line m, where the distance from B to A is equal to the distance from A to C. How many points on line 'l' are equidistant from points B and C? How is it one point? And this

    asked by Beth on December 29, 2015
  31. math

    how do you diverse fractions to decimals and visa versa Just take the top number and divide it by the bottom one. For example, if you have 3/10, take 3 and divide it by 10, giving you .30 and this is 30%. Oh, the the other half, if you have a decimal. .1

    asked by CHRIS on February 6, 2007
  32. Computer - Programming

    Please do help in providing solution to this question, thanks: Write a Fortran program that requests for three numbers from the keyboard, subtracts 48 from their sum and then divides the result by 6 before sending the output to the screen.In the input

    asked by Febby-1 on April 12, 2007
  33. maths

    What would the equation be of a straight line that passes through the points (1,1) and (3,3) ?? write the equation for the line: y= mx+ b put the first set of points in.. 1=1m + b then the second equation 3=3m + b subtract the equations... 2=2m so you know

    asked by kat on June 9, 2007
  34. wait that was the rong question... this is my ques

    What is 3 and 1 over 2 as a percent in fraction form? 3 over 2 in fractions would be l 1/2. In decimals it would be 1.5 1 over 2 in fractions would be 1/2... in decimals it would be .5 To change fractions to percentages is really easy, (even for a NON math

    asked by chris on June 1, 2007
  35. 5th grade

    We are working on Fractions, mixed numbers and decimals. the problem says - write each decimal as a fraction or mixed number in simplest form... 0.7 or 0.08 ....ugg HELP

    asked by Cam on February 19, 2009
  36. math

    Use the following table to answer the questions. (Give your answers correct to two decimal places.) x 1 1 3 3 5 5 7 7 9 9 y 3 2 6 1 3 3 3 2 5 3 (a) Find the equation of the line of best fit. yhat = + x (ii) Graph this equation on a scatter diagram. (Do

    asked by Sue 12 on May 30, 2013
  37. Statistic help

    Use the following table to answer the questions. (Give your answers correct to two decimal places.) x 1 1 3 3 5 5 7 7 9 9 y 3 2 6 1 3 3 3 2 5 3 (a) Find the equation of the line of best fit. y hat = + x (ii) Graph this equation on a scatter diagram. (Do

    asked by Tracy on June 26, 2013
  38. math

    Decimal numbers with digits both before and after the decimal point, such as 16.75, are referred to as: A. the quotient. B. the remainder. C. mixed decimal numbers. D. decimal point numbers.

    asked by Anonymous on February 11, 2013
  39. math

    average of rainfall reno-0.19mm sahara-0.17mm mojave 0.1mm tempe-0.24 question in december the average total rainfall in all of the deserts together is 0.89 mm. explain how to use the figures from the tables to write a comparison of the total desert

    asked by garrick on November 11, 2009
  40. Math

    What are irrational, rational, and natural numbers? A rational number is a number that can be written as a ratio. That means it can be written as a fraction, in which both the numerator (the number on top) and the denominator (the number on the bottom) are

    asked by John Christian on January 29, 2007
  41. Mathematics

    When two balanced dice are rolled, 36 equally likely outcomes are possible as shown below. (1, 1) (1, 2) (1, 3) (1, 4) (1, 5) (1, 6) (2, 1) (2, 2) (2, 3) (2, 4) (2, 5) (2, 6) (3, 1) (3, 2) (3, 3) (3, 4) (3, 5) (3, 6) (4, 1) (4, 2) (4, 3) (4, 4) (4, 5) (4,

    asked by Jamie on December 5, 2009
  42. Math grade 7

    could someone please help me with this two part question? I can not understand it. I need to hand in my homework by tomorrow. Thanks A thousandths grid is completely coloured in when three different decimals are shown. One decimal is double one of the

    asked by krytstal on January 10, 2007
  43. Math

    How do you divid whole numbers by decimals? EX: 20/0.5 -decimals in general? Thank you!

    asked by Jana on June 3, 2009
  44. Math

    I have three more questions I do not understand. 1. Two points (-1,1) and (3,-2) are graphed on a coordinate plane. What is the shortest distance between the points? A. 3 B. 4 C. 5 D. 7 I have no idea how to do this. 2. Which expression represents the nth

    asked by Sammy on April 18, 2011
  45. math and algebra

    on the number line below locate and label the points the represent the rational numbers listed in part (a).Describe the relationship between these two numbers.Zero on the number line represents Isaac's balance before the mistake was made

    asked by j on March 4, 2016
  46. math

    Stuck on this one: find the slope of the line passing through each pair of points or stat that the slope is undefined. assume that all variables represent positive real numbers. then indicate whether the line through the points rises, falls, is horizontal

    asked by sono on March 22, 2011
  47. math, correction

    bobpursley. i'm still questioning the problem states find the slope of any line perpendicualr to the line through points (3,3) and (2,8). y= (8-3)/(2-3) the slope i get is. (5)/(-1) for the first slope now to get any line perpendicular to the line through

    asked by Jasmine20 on January 28, 2007
  48. geometry

    Joey plots a point P on the line AB, as shown. Which statement is true? Answer A:There are only two points on the line AB because a postulate states that a line is drawn through two points. B:There is only one point on the line AB because a theorem states

    asked by Anonymous on September 24, 2011
  49. math

    Danielle has 4 hundreds,3 tens, and 6 ones blocks. Identify the greatest and the least possible 3-digit numbers she could subtract from that number. Then give the greatestand least possible 2-digit numbers she could subtract.

    asked by liz on November 30, 2011
  50. Math

    When writing decimals in words, write " __________ " for the decimal spot. (a) decimal (b) sum (c) vertically (d) horizontally (e) and

    asked by George on September 14, 2011
  51. Geometry

    Eight points A, B, C, D, E, F, G, and H are distributed in a plane. Exactly five of the points are on line L sub1, exactly three are on line L sub2, and exaactly three are on line L sub3. Are the three lines concurrent? Justify answer. There are eight

    asked by Lolita Sams on July 8, 2005
  52. Fibonacci Numbers

    I posted the question several days ago and Mathmate helped to guide me along. I am just unsure if I do not understand what he is saying or if I did complete the problem right. I would appreciate any input. 1.618034 - -.618034 = 2.236068/sqrt 5 = 1.00000 I

    asked by Rachel on October 15, 2011
  53. Math

    Rational numbers are fractions and their opposites. All of these numbers are rational numbers. Show that they are rational by writing them in the form a/b or -a/b. 0.2-1/5 -√4 0.333-333/1000 √100 -1.000001 √1/9 All rational numbers have decimal

    asked by Kendall on April 24, 2018
  54. statistics

    For a t distribution with 16 degrees of freedom, find the area, or probability, in each region. a. To the right of 2.120. (Use 3 decimals.) b. To the left of 1.337. (Use 2 decimals.) c. To the left of -1.746. (Use 2 decimals.) d. To the right of 2.583.

    asked by Vanessa on April 21, 2014
  55. Geometry

    Okay heres the pic. There is a plane with points B,D, and E.those [oints are collinear in the plane. And also outside of the plane is points A, and C. and those points are collinear outside of the plane.thought Line AC intersect at point B of the line

    asked by Alexander H. on September 12, 2011
  56. MATH 6th

    1. Is there a website that can show me how to divide decimals by10-1000? 2. Divide decimals by whole numbers? 3. Patterns with tenths, hundredths and thousandths? PLEASE HELPL ME - THANK YOU IN ADVANCE. JUST SOME SAMLES OF ALL THE ABOVE

    asked by xavier on April 26, 2012
  57. Calculus

    1. Evaluate the function at the given numbers (correct to six decimals places). Use the results to guess the value of the limit,or explain why it does not exist. F(t)=( t^(1/3) - 1)/(t^(1/2) - 1) ; t= 1.5,1.2,1.1,1.01,1.001; The limit of F(t) as t

    asked by Anonymous on September 26, 2014
  58. Programming

    2. Then it should prompt the user for the input file name of the file containing the data to sort. 3. If the program can't open the file or if no file name is entered (^d or ^z is entered for EOF), it should print an error message and exit. 4. The file

    asked by Don on June 29, 2011
  59. Ms. Sue please help

    5.9(line over it) 0.1515... 1.20(line over it) 0.35(line over it) 0.72(line over it) 1.12(line over it) need to change these from decimals to fractions, im confused as to how to do it and get the answer, sub teacher taught it different and I am not getting

    asked by Anonymous on November 5, 2013
  60. Geo Hons

    Okay heres the pic. There is a plane with points B,D, and E.those [oints are collinear in the plane. And also outside of the plane is points A, and C. and those points are collinear outside of the plane.thought Line AC intersect at point B of the line

    asked by Alexander on September 12, 2011
  61. Math

    Okay heres the pic. There is a plane with points B,D, and E.those [oints are collinear in the plane. And also outside of the plane is points A, and C. and those points are collinear outside of the plane.thought Line AC intersect at point B of the line

    asked by Alexander on September 12, 2011
  62. math

    how do u write decimals as fractions and how do u write decimals as mixed numbers in simplest form?

    asked by Anonymous on December 19, 2011
  63. Decimal lesson

    I need to find a sample lesson plan on rounding decimals using the number line.... and converting fractions to decimals. Do you know where I could find these lessons?

    asked by MARY on May 6, 2008
  64. Math

    How do I convert these decimals? You need to give us some decimals to convert. When you do, show us what you think should be done to convert. You need to give us some decimals to convert. When you do, show us what you think should be done to convert. to a

    asked by Natasha on August 29, 2006
  65. geometry

    Decide which one of the following statements is false. a. any three points lie on a distinct line. b. three noncollinear points determine a plane. c. a line contains at least two points. d. through any two distinct points there exists exactly one line. my

    asked by alan on October 2, 2007
  66. math formulas needed

    Use the following table to answer the questions. (Give your answers correct to two decimal places.) x 1 1 3 3 5 5 7 7 9 9 y 3 2 6 1 3 3 3 2 5 3 (a) Find the equation of the line of best fit. y hat = + x (ii) Graph this equation on a scatter diagram. (Do

    asked by Tom 12 on June 18, 2013
  67. years

    How many years is 140 CE to 1543?? That depends on whether you mean 1543 CE or BCE. If it's 1543 BCE, then you add the two numbers. If it's 1543 CE, then you subtract the larger from the smaller. =) A slight correction here: If it is 1543 BCE, then you add

    asked by Charlotte on September 5, 2006
  68. math

    how do you turn fractions into decimals? what do you do with the remainders? example: 3/16---what would it be as a decimal? To turn a fraction into a decimal, divide the top number by the bottom number. Instead of a fractional remainder, you need to put a

    asked by brianna on September 13, 2006
  69. Math

    What's that line over a repeating decimal called? (Ex- 3.33 The line would go on top of the second 3) And also, what's the difference between that line going on top of the second number and it going on top of both numbers? (Ex 1- 3.33 The line would go on

    asked by Humanoid on December 4, 2014
  70. Math

    how do you add,subtract,and multiply decimals? please don't put a link.

    asked by brxce on August 26, 2010
  71. Math

    1. Write the expression as a function of an acute angle whose measure is less than 45. a. sin 80 b. sin (-100) To find the postive acute angle, usually you would subtract 360 from the given measure. Would you have to subtract 45 from the given measure. 2.

    asked by Priscilla on February 16, 2010
  72. Math

    How many line segments can be drawn between each 15 points? No three points are in straight line. Which five consecutive numbers equals 175? Farmer has ducks and cows in his farm. If all together t animals have 60 heads and 70 feet how many ducks and how

    asked by Bella bell on January 9, 2012
  73. algebra

    i need you to check my answers for the following questions: use the table to answer problems 1 to 4. the table lists the commuting times for 5 people. write each ratio in the form a/b, and then as a decimal. tell whether each decimal is a terminating or a

    asked by anon on September 7, 2015
  74. math

    subtract with or without regrouping...which number can you subtract from 17 w/ or w/out needing to regropu?For which numbers would you need to regroup?

    asked by yc on April 11, 2011
  75. Math

    Jack says that once you have a common denominator you are ready to subtract two mixed numbers. What other step might be necessary before you can subtract? Give an example.

    asked by Jamie on December 9, 2014
  76. math

    Is this correct. Graph each of the following inequalities. 4x + y (greater than or equal to) 4 My answer: y= -4x + 4 Y= mx + b For b = (0,4) For x = (-4 , 0) The line will be a straight line across the positive codent to the negative crodant In the first

    asked by jasmine20 on December 23, 2006
  77. Math

    Can someone please check my work? Write the slope-intercept (y = mx +b) form of the equation from the information given. 1. Slope = ½ and b = -3 Y=1/2-3 2. Slope equals 2 and the line goes through the point (-1, 3) Y=2x+5 3. The line goes through the

    asked by Abby on October 26, 2015
  78. Math

    A terminating decimal ends after a certain finite number of decinal places, and does not have to be rounded off. An example would be 378 = 0.875 Your selfterminating decimal fractions are: 2/5, 1/25, and 7/8 So how would I form a conjecture of the

    asked by Anonymous on October 9, 2009
  79. Chemistry

    Ok so we had a mass determinations lab in chemistry. We were supposed to use both a triple beam balance scale and an electronic scale to precision. We first weigh our beaker on both scales (i did it on the electronic first), then record the weight. Then we

    asked by Abdul on July 14, 2009
  80. Math

    The set of numbers which includes all positive numbers that are not decimals and which includes zero is the set of? Integers Natrual numbers Whole numbers Rational numbers

    asked by Amanda on July 9, 2015
  81. calculus

    If contains the points (4, 19) and (-3, 5), what is the slope of a line perpendicular to ? Enter your answer as a decimal.

    asked by sam on April 14, 2010
  82. Math

    Irrational numbers are: 1-Not fractions 2-Non-terminating and non-repeating decimals 3-Radicals that do not simplify to whole numbers 4-All of the above.

    asked by Amanda on July 9, 2015
  83. Math

    When multiplying decimals, the decimal point in the product is placed so that the number of decimal places in the product is equal to the __________ of the number of decimal places in the factors. (a) product (b) sum (c) vertically (d) horizontally (e) and

    asked by George on September 14, 2011
  84. Math 116

    1.Write an equation of the line containing the given points and parallel to the given line (3,8); x+5y=3 2. Write an equation of the line containing the given points and parallel to the given line (-3,6); 5x=9y+2 3. Write an equation of the line containing

    asked by Keisha on July 13, 2011
  85. Math 116

    1.Write an equation of the line containing the given points and parallel to the given line (3,8); x+5y=3 2. Write an equation of the line containing the given points and parallel to the given line (-3,6); 5x=9y+2 3. Write an equation of the line containing

    asked by Keisha on July 13, 2011
  86. math

    Help!! how do you make two numbers with decimals into compatible numbers in order to divide them???

    asked by jordann on May 6, 2011
  87. statistics

    Use the following table to answer the questions. (Give your answers correct to two decimal places.) x 1 1 3 3 5 5 7 7 9 9 y 3 1 3 1 6 3 6 1 4 4 (a) Find the equation of the line of best fit. y hat = + x (ii) Graph this equation on a scatter diagram. (Do

    asked by statistics student on November 1, 2013
  88. Chem.

    what is the six guidelines in determining significant figures? Thanks:-) With a decimal: from the decimal go to the right side of it until you see a definite number other than zero. Start there and how many numbers there are, including zero after that

    asked by James on June 27, 2007
  89. Algebra 1 help

    Can someone tell me if my answers are right and explain how you got each one thank you very much ! 1. What is the slope of the line that passes through the points (-2, 5) and (1, 4)? A. -3 B. -2 C. -1/3 ** D. 1/3 2. A line has a slope -5/3. Through which

    asked by 9thgradestudent on December 9, 2015
  90. Math

    Need help with adding subtracting decimals. In this unit, you learned about fractions that can be written as terminating decimals and fractions that can be written as nonterminating decimals. Create an addition word problem and a subtraction word problem

    asked by Math plz help asap! on September 21, 2016
  91. CAN SOMEBODY HELP MEEEEEEE!!!!!!!!!!!

    Need help with adding subtracting decimals. In this unit, you learned about fractions that can be written as terminating decimals and fractions that can be written as nonterminating decimals. Create an addition word problem and a subtraction word problem

    asked by Math plz help asap! on September 21, 2016
  92. Math

    Need help with adding subtracting decimals. In this unit, you learned about fractions that can be written as terminating decimals and fractions that can be written as nonterminating decimals. Create an addition word problem and a subtraction word problem

    asked by Math plz help asap! on September 21, 2016
  93. math ,correction

    can someone correct them for me. for this inequality: x>4 it is an open circle which looks like this: 0------------> and the open circle on 4 with a solid line going through the x axis straight on zero.so it would be: (4,0)(5,0)etc...... for the following:

    asked by Jasmine20 on January 8, 2007
  94. math

    okay, sorry for last post but this one i'm stuck on. Use the vertical line test to determine if the relation {(–6, –2), (–2, 6), (0, 3), (3, 5)} is a function. Explain your response sorry that i cant put the graph down. those numbers are points in a

    asked by SkatingDJ on January 11, 2015
  95. 6th grade

    the sum of two decimals numbers is 3.9. Their diffrence is 0.9, and their product is 3.9. What are the two numbers

    asked by Anonymous on November 11, 2010
  96. golden oak

    Fractions and decimals. how to make whole numbers. and mixed numbers .

    asked by billy on September 25, 2012
  97. fractions and decimals

    Use the four numbers in each line to make a fraction and an equivalent decimal - please show workings. thanks ? - = ?.? ? 8 6 1 5 9 4 5 2 0 9 10 9 13 6 5 2 5 31 2 6 20 0 4 8 1 60 5 40

    asked by montana on April 25, 2010
  98. Math

    For each of the following decimal numbers, give the place value of the underlined digit. 97,998 (the line is under the 7) Thank you!

    asked by Mike on January 24, 2011
  99. math

    Place decimal points in these numbers so that their sum is 519.654. 329 913 477 624

    asked by Kellie on August 17, 2010
  100. math

    place decimal points in these numbers so that their sum is 519.654. 477,329,624,913

    asked by bryce on August 22, 2011

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