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### Course: 5th grade foundations (Eureka Math/EngageNY) >Unit 2

Lesson 3: Topic C: Foundations

# Graphing hundredths from 0 to 0.1

Lindsay graphs 0.04 on a number line. Created by Lindsay Spears.

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• i'm confused i can't understand if i'm counting the whole or only the tick marks
• Lindsay had a ten column bar and coloured 1/10(0.1)
Then she divide it again and it became 1/100(0.01)

I might not make much sense but here is a vidio that might help you Understand better:Intro to decimals grade 4.
In this vidio it mentions why you have to divide with decimals and it also mentions the place value of decimals.

Hope this helps
• wouldn't the end number be 0.01 to be hundredths
• yes what is the difference between 0.1 and 0.01
• .1 = 1/10 ( One tenth)
.01 = 1/100 (One hundredth)

.1 is 10 times greater than .01, and .01 is worth 1/10 the value of .1.
• Isn't 0.1 = 0.10?
• Yes, 0.1 = 0.10
Since the 0 in the hundredth place doesn't hold a value, it can be omitted and still mean the same thing.
• what does graphing mean in math?
• graphing mean to use a picture and show your visualization of the problem.

hope this helps.
• Is there a such thing as a 00.01?? is there is what does it stand for?
• 0.01 is a hundredth, or 1/100.
• is ok if i sortof understand it sorry for the bad spelling
• "sort of understanding" is a few steps along the way to understanding it completely. That's progress.

Stick with it and you will understand it completely before long.
• 0.1 is an a tenth place and 0.01 is an a hundredth place