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## MAP Recommended Practice

### Unit 41: Lesson 44

Regrouping decimals

# Decimal place value with regrouping

Sal discusses decimal numbers that are greater than 1.

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• Hello guys. I am in fourth grade and I think that the video was okay.
• I am to I think it was great!6 days until I am in fifth grade!
• let's say i have \$1.00 and 6 dimes 34 pennies and 1 quarter how much money do i have? write your anser as a fraction and a decimal write the total after your done
• You have a very concerned cashier; I would hate to count out 34 pennies for any reason. Your change is \$2.19/1, sir. Have a nice day.
• what is this ? omg so easy now
• these videos are helpful!
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• HUNdrEdthss?
• Hundreths! A tenth split in tenths. 1/100
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• I am in 5th grade and the video was good
• Mr. Khan how does the 11 hundredths and 11 tenths go with the 1.1 tenths?/?/?
• so it would be 2.06
• If you are referring to in the video when he starts talking about Option 1 - yes, you are absolutely correct that 2.06 is the decimal representation of 2 ones and 6 hundredths!

The problem posed in the video is:
``How can 2.60 by written in words?``

Option 1 is the equivalent of 2 dollars + 6 pennies:
``2 ones and 6 hundredths = 2(1) + 6(¹/₁₀₀) = 2.06 ❌``

Option 2 is the equivalent of 260 pennies:
``260 hundredths = 260(¹/₁₀₀) = 2.60 ✅``

Option 3 is the equivalent of 260 dimes:
``Option 3: 260 tenths = 260(¹/₁₀) = 26 ❌``