Decimal Fractions with 100 as Denominator

Hundredths place is written in decimal fractions with 100 as denominator.

Here we will learn how each square is divided into 100 equal parts.

One-hundredth

one-hundredth

Shaded only one part is known as one-hundredth.

In decimal fraction we write it as 1/100.

In decimal number we write it as .01 and we read it as point zero one.



Two-hundredths

two-hundredths

Shaded two parts is known as two-hundredths.

In decimal fraction we write it as 2/100.

In decimal number we write it as .02 and we read it as point zero two.

Three-hundredths

three-hundredths

Shaded three parts is known as three-hundredths.

In decimal fraction we write it as 3/100.

In decimal number we write it as .03 and we read it as point zero three.

Four-hundredths

four-hundredths

Shaded four parts is known as four-hundredths.

In decimal fraction we write it as 4/100.

In decimal number we write it as .04 and we read it as point zero four.

Five-hundredths

five-hundredths

Shaded five parts is known as five-hundredths.

In decimal fraction we write it as 5/100.

In decimal number we write it as .05 and we read it as point zero five.



Six-hundredths

six-hundredths

Shaded six parts is known as six-hundredths.

In decimal fraction we write it as 6/100.

In decimal number we write it as .06 and we read it as point zero six.

Seven-hundredths

seven-hundredths

Shaded seven parts is known as seven-hundredths.

In decimal fraction we write it as 7/100.

In decimal number we write it as .07 and we read it as point zero seven.

Eight-hundredths

eight-hundredths

Shaded eight parts is known as eight-hundredths.

In decimal fraction we write it as 8/100.

In decimal number we write it as .08 and we read it as point zero eight.

Nine-hundredths

nine-hundredths

Shaded nine parts is known as nine-hundredths.

In decimal fraction we write it as 9/100.

In decimal number we write it as .09 and we read it as point zero nine.

Thirteen-hundredths

thirteen-hundredths

Shaded thirteen parts is known as thirteen-hundredths.

In decimal fraction we write it as 13/100.

In decimal number we write it as .13 and we read it as point one three.

Fifty-hundredths

fifty-hundredths

Shaded fifty parts is known as fifty-hundredths.

In decimal fraction we write it as 50/100.

In decimal number we write it as .50 or .5 and we read it as point five zero or point five.

Ninety nine-hundredths

ninety nine-hundredths

Shaded ninety nine parts is known as ninety nine-hundredths.

In decimal fraction we write it as 99/100.

In decimal number we write it as .99 and we read it as point nine nine.





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