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How To Change A Decimal Into An Expanded Form?

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For Example I'll use 7.967

7 falls into the ones
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9 falls into the 10ths
6 into 100ths
7 into 1000ths

Soo you write it like so
7x1 + 9x1/10 + 6x1/100 + 7x1/1000
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Aisha answered
It is very important to interpret a decimal in its expanded form as it gives information on size of decimal number. It is very easy to change a decimal into its expanded form. Here is an example:
0.876 can be written as
0.80.07+0.006, which is its expanded form
For reference and details see the link below:
extranet.edfac.unimelb.edu.au

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