Represent decimals to hundredths less than one, understanding the equivalence of some number of tenths and 10 times as many hundredths. Convert between fraction, decimal, and unit form.
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a. Below is an area model that represents 1 one. It is partitioned into tenths. How would you partition it further to represent hundredths?
b. Use the area model above to represent 7 hundredths. Then represent 7 hundredths in fraction and decimal form.
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Modified by The Match Foundation, Inc.Jani and Kai are representing a decimal number. Here are the number lines they drew:
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a. Model 53 hundredths on the area model below.
b. What is 53 hundredths written as a decimal?
a. Plot the point $${{{76\over100}}}$$ on the number line below. Make sure to label the endpoints.
b. What is $${{{76\over100}}}$$ written as a decimal?
Damien says 0.78 is equivalent to 78 hundredths. Kelly says 0.78 is equivalent to 7 tenths and 8 hundredths. Who is right? Explain how you know.
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