This 0.10 is ten hundredths in decimal form
4-10 is not a gauge. It's a caliber and it written as .410. It a decimal fraction indicating a bore size of forty-one hundredths of an inch.
2 is decimal format in computer language. 2 can be represented as 10 in binary format.
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Properly written as .10 caliber (notice the decimal ?) a .10 caliber firearm would fire a VERY tiny bullet- 1/10th of an inch in diameter- less than half the size of a .22 caliber. However, since very few firms have ever made a cartridge that tiny, you MAY be referring to a 10 GAUGE shotgun- which is VERY large- about 3/4ths of an inch in diameter. With shotguns, the smaller the gauge, the bigger the shell.
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4/10 as hundredths is 40/100. In decimal form it is 0.4.
It is 0.10
Expressed as a decimal, 10 81/100 is equal to 10.81.
5/10 plus 51/100 = 1.01 in decimal form
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12.14 The whole-number part, 12, is the part left of the decimal point. The position first right of the decimal point is the tenths place; the position second right of the decimal point is the hundredths place. We can't write "14" in the single-column hundredths place. And in fact, 10 hundredths (10/100) is the same as one tenth (1/10), so we can write a "1" in the first position right of the decimal point to stand for the ten-hundredths portion of fourteen hundredths (10 of the 14 hundredths). And the remaining four hundredths (4/100) are indicated by the 4 in the hundredths place.
Expressed in decimal form, 10 and 62 hundredths is equal to 10.62.
209 and 3/100 is 209.03 as a decimal and in standard form it is 2.0903*10^2
3.10 or 3.1, if you want it in decimal form; otherwise, it's 3 10/100
It is: 10 and 19/100 which is 10.19 as a decimal