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## Staging content lifeboat

### Course: Staging content lifeboat>Unit 14

Lesson 22: Intro to decimals

# Writing decimal numbers shown in grids

Sal uses grid diagrams to determine what decimal is represented by a shaded area.

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• How do you expand form 9.06?
• 4.03-4+0.03 that is expanded form study it
• I thought that in the decimal places, the ones were the first numbers to the left...
• They are. Here is a place value chart:
`Millions`
`Hundred Thousands`
`Ten Thousands`
`Thousands`
`Hundreds`
`Tens`
`Ones`
. DECIMAL POINT
`Tenths`
`Hundredths`
`Thousandths`
`Ten Thousandths`
`Hundred Thousandths`
`Millionths`
• can you simplify decimals
• Technically, yes, but it's really easy. If you've got a number like 12.456000 (with no numbers after the zeroes) you could simplify it to 12.456. Or 2.0 could be simplified to 2. But that's really all you can do to simplify a decimal.
• some of this questions are hard but i like it.
• can there be a septoseptillian grid?
• bring your self up not down
• what happens if there is one hole and one shade on the other
• Why didn't you wright 3.05? And you wrote 3.5