Tenths place is written in decimal fractions with 10 as denominator.

Here we will see how each rectangle is divided into 10 equal parts.

**one-tenth**

Shaded
only one part is known as one-tenth. In decimal fraction we write it as 1/10. In decimal number
we write it as .1 and we read it as **point one**.

Shaded two parts is known as two-tenths. In decimal
fraction we write it as 2/10. In decimal number we write it as .2 and we read
it as **point two**.

Shaded three parts is known as three-tenths. In decimal
fraction we write it as 3/10. In decimal number we write it as .3 and we read
it as **point three**.

Shaded four parts is known as four-tenths. In decimal
fraction we write it as 4/10. In decimal number we write it as .4 and we read
it as **point four**.

Shaded five parts is known as five-tenths. In decimal
fraction we write it as 5/10. In decimal number we write it as .5 and we read
it as **point five**.

Shaded six parts is known as six-tenths. In decimal
fraction we write it as 6/10. In decimal number we write it as .6 and we read
it as **point six**.

Shaded seven parts is known as seven-tenths. In decimal
fraction we write it as 7/10. In decimal number we write it as .7 and we read
it as **point seven**.

Shaded eight parts is known as eight-tenths. In decimal
fraction we write it as 8/10. In decimal number we write it as .8 and we read
it as **point eight**.

Shaded nine parts is known as nine-tenths. In decimal
fraction we write it as 9/10. In decimal number we write it as .9 and we read
it as **point nine**.

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