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Arithmetic

Course: Arithmetic>Unit 11

Lesson 7: Regrouping decimals

Regrouping with decimals

Explore the concept of expressing decimals in different forms. Delve into place value, regrouping, and how to represent the same decimal number in different ways using whole numbers. It's all about flexibility in understanding decimals!

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• This is so profoundly confusing. I mean this likely has to do with the fact I am not at all bright. But what is going on and how does this relate to the real world?
• I do not understand :( but it is the regrouping that I don't understand. But it is cool
• Ooh I understand it makes so much sense now!! Thanks. But there is also one question a little different then that that I can't find out :(. I'll get it. Thanks!
• Keep at it Natalie! Those AHA moments are wonderful feelings, and they usually come sooner or later. Keep practicing and you'll get it.
• So regrouping works with decimals too?
• Yes apparently….
• i just use speed 2
• What, how did you do that
• I am still confused i do not know what to do i am lost!i need lots and lots of help none if my teachers know this i ned helpppppppppp
• what happens if a number already has a TH at the end of a number and they're using it in decimal form?
• just get the idea of fractions and associate it with the decimal place values.

Example: take 1 and divide it by 100, so we get 0.01
take 1 and divide it by 10, we get 0.1