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### Course: Class 6 (Foundation)>Unit 3

Lesson 2: Visualising decimals

# Visually converting tenths and hundredths

Sal rewrites 8/10 with a denominator of 100.

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• I asked for converting decimals tenths to hundreths but this popped up and I am not saying this is wrong but can you make a video about converting decimals tenths to hundreths
• how does he write so perfectly is he using a mouse because i sure cant write that perfectly with a mouse so what is he using?
• He might be using a computer pen
• how do you compater
• by making the denominators the same then multiplying the numerator by the denominator
• can you just do 8x10=80 and 10x10=100 and there you still and the same answer
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• At why did he say "Two Diagrams" they are not diagrmas?
• At did he actually mean /200 or "in to /100? I got a little confused
• what if you have 12/100 and 20/10
• For 12/100, you would just need to change it to a thousand, so it would be 120/1,000 and for 20/10, make it into 200/1,000. Same thing like the last one a bit. Hope I answered your question.
• how can you convert tenths to hundreds?