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### Course: 4th grade (Eureka Math/EngageNY)>Unit 6

Lesson 1: Topic A: Exploration of tenths

# Identifying tenths on a number line

Lindsay identifies a point graphed on a number line.   Created by Lindsay Spears.

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• At , she mentioned one tenth, is there such a thing as an "oneth place" in decimals?
• Lindsay probably said oneth ACCIDENTALLY instead of ones but i'm pretty sure that she said one tenth
• Ur a smarty I dumb how do math.
• Don't be disheartened, everyone struggles at maths once in their life.
• 5/2 is greater than 5/6 am i right?
• Yep. 5 is larger than 2, but smaller than six.
• I have corona virus now. so far I am alive. :)
• Oh no! Dude take care ! I hope you are alright!
• Can a decimal like 1.08 be converted into a fraction like 1 8/100
• I don't know if they categorize this new edition of lessons here on purpose or they didn't noticed they messed up but I'll say 'Isn't this concept a bit too late to taught while I just finished adding, subtracting, multiplying fractions. Now you're teaching me identifying tenths?' That's why sometimes I'm having a hard time on this new learning curve, it's either advanced or late.
• Yes, this lesson is here on purpose. It is showing how to find decimals on a number line. And, it ties concepts learned from fractions to the lessons on decimals. This is important because many decimals are just fractions in a different form.

The lessons on fractions had similar lessons that show how fractions relate to a number line.