Decimal Fractions with 10 as Denominator

Tenths place is written in decimal fractions with 10 as denominator.

Here we will see how each rectangle is divided into 10 equal parts.

Decimal Fractions with 10 as Denominator

one-tenth

Shaded only one part is known as one-tenth. In decimal fraction we write it as 1/10. In decimal number we write it as .1 and we read it as point one.


Decimal Fractions with 10 as Denominator

Shaded two parts is known as two-tenths. In decimal fraction we write it as 2/10. In decimal number we write it as .2 and we read it as point two.




Decimal Fractions with 10 as Denominator

Shaded three parts is known as three-tenths. In decimal fraction we write it as 3/10. In decimal number we write it as .3 and we read it as point three.


Decimal Fractions with 10 as Denominator

Shaded four parts is known as four-tenths. In decimal fraction we write it as 4/10. In decimal number we write it as .4 and we read it as point four.


Decimal Fractions with 10 as Denominator

Shaded five parts is known as five-tenths. In decimal fraction we write it as 5/10. In decimal number we write it as .5 and we read it as point five.


Decimal Fractions with 10 as Denominator

Shaded six parts is known as six-tenths. In decimal fraction we write it as 6/10. In decimal number we write it as .6 and we read it as point six.


Decimal Fractions with 10 as Denominator

Shaded seven parts is known as seven-tenths. In decimal fraction we write it as 7/10. In decimal number we write it as .7 and we read it as point seven.


Decimal Fractions with 10 as Denominator

Shaded eight parts is known as eight-tenths. In decimal fraction we write it as 8/10. In decimal number we write it as .8 and we read it as point eight.


Decimal Fractions with 10 as Denominator

Shaded nine parts is known as nine-tenths. In decimal fraction we write it as 9/10. In decimal number we write it as .9 and we read it as point nine.









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