Understanding Tenths and Hundredths Place

# Understanding Tenths and Hundredths Place Video Lecture | Mathematics for Grade 6

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## FAQs on Understanding Tenths and Hundredths Place Video Lecture - Mathematics for Grade 6

 1. What is the meaning of tenths and hundredths place in decimal numbers?
Ans. The tenths and hundredths place in decimal numbers refer to the position or value of the digits after the decimal point. The tenths place is the first digit to the right of the decimal point, while the hundredths place is the second digit to the right of the decimal point.
 2. How do you read a decimal number in tenths and hundredths?
Ans. To read a decimal number in tenths and hundredths, we say the whole number part first, followed by the word "and," and then the digits in the tenths and hundredths places. For example, the decimal number 0.34 can be read as "zero and thirty-four hundredths."
 3. How do you represent tenths and hundredths on a place value chart?
Ans. On a place value chart, tenths are represented in the first decimal place, which is one position to the right of the decimal point. Hundredths are represented in the second decimal place, which is two positions to the right of the decimal point. For example, 0.4 would be represented as 0 in the ones place, 4 in the tenths place, and 0 in the hundredths place.
 4. How can we convert tenths and hundredths into fractions?
Ans. To convert tenths and hundredths into fractions, we can use the place value of the digits. The digit in the tenths place represents the numerator, and the denominator is always 10. Similarly, the digit in the hundredths place represents the numerator, and the denominator is 100. For example, 0.4 can be written as 4/10, and 0.34 can be written as 34/100.
 5. How do you compare numbers in tenths and hundredths place?
Ans. To compare numbers in tenths and hundredths place, we start by comparing the digits in the highest place value, which is the tenths place. If the digits in the tenths place are equal, we move on to compare the digits in the hundredths place. If the digits in the tenths and hundredths places are equal, we continue comparing the digits in the thousandths place and so on.

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