Math and Arithmetic

# 40 thousandths equals how many hundredths?

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0.040

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###### 2020-07-13 13:29:19

40 Thousand(ths) i.e 40,000

= Equals to

4 Hundred(ths) Hundred(ths) 400,00

0.04

4

4

###### 2020-07-12 20:00:27

.040 divided by .01equals 40/1000 x 100/1 equals 4

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0.04

4 hundredths

###### 2020-06-20 21:01:16

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###### 2010-02-05 16:45:47

Since there are 10 thousandths per hundred, 40/10 = 4.0 .

## Related Questions

4/100 is the same as 40/1000, so there are 40 thousandths in 4 hundredths

400/1000 = 40/100 or 4/10 which is the same as 2/5

yes 0.4 = 4 tenths = 40 hundredths = 400 thousandths and so on ...

centi (as in centimeter) means hundredth milli (as in millimeter) means thousandth400 thousandths of a meter equals 40 hundredths of a meter400mm = 40cmPretty easy hunh?

0.4 = 4 tenths = 40 hundredths. Therefore there are 40 hundredths in 0.4.

1= 10x.01, 100x.001, 1000x.0001, etc, etc.four tenths 4/10 = forty hundredths 40/100 as forty hundredths = four-hundred thousandths 400/1000.

40 hundredths or ( 40 /100 ) or 0.4 as a decimal.

Four tenths = forty hundredths 4 tenths = 40 hundredths

0.4 is equal to 40/100 or forty hundredths.

40 hundreds 400 tens 4,000 ones 40,000 tenths 400,000 hundredths 4,000,000 thousandths etc.

The correct answer is0.040without the trailing 0 it would read 4 hundredths

A thousandth of a metre is already a millimetre. Therefore, 40 thousandths of a metre is equal to 40 millimetres.

2 times of 3 hundredths and 40 thousandths = 2 times of 3 hundredths and 4 hundredths = 2 times of 7 hundredths = 1 tenths and 4 hundredths = 0.14 Note: 1 thousandth = 0.001 (1/1000) 1 hundredth = 0.01 (1/100) 1 tenth = 0.1 (1/10)

40,000 meters equals out to be 40 km. This is used in math.

40 x .3Remember: 0 . (tenths) (hundredths) (thousandths)In this case (I missed it the first time) it's 30 hundredths, or 3 tenths(4 x 10) x .3Factoring out the 10 for the next step.4 x (10 x .3)Moving the 10 to the other side to make this easier to do in your head4 x 3 = 12

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