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Complete the table below.
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In this table, we’re given a number, and we need to take this number and break it into its parts: its number of hundreds, tens, units, and tenths.
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In a place values chart, we have the hundreds, the tens, the units, then the decimal, and after that comes the tenths.
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If we know that the decimal place goes between the units and the tenths, we can begin to fill out the chart.
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And the tenths box will be what is to the right of the decimal place.
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The number 296 and one-tenth has a one in the tenths place.
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To the left of the decimal point in 296, there is a six in the units place.
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296 and one-tenth has a nine in the tens place.
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In the hundreds place, 296 and one-tenth has a two.
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In order from left to right, the box would have two, nine, six, one.