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28 March, 15:59

How to write two different pairs of decimals whose sums are 14.1. One pair should involve regrouping

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  1. 28 March, 17:41
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    To solve, first let’s define regrouping:

    => Regrouping involves carrying and borrowing during subtraction and addition of the given numbers.

    So let us have the non-regrouping decimal number:

    => 8.4

    Next, the other regrouping decimal

    => 5.7

    So now let us show how it becomes 14.1:

    8.4

    +5.7

    14.1

    Starting from the right, 4 + 7 is equal 11, so bring down 1 and carry 1. Now 8+5 = 13, but 13 + carry 1 = 14

    Thus, the answer is 14.1
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