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Additions Combinations of Decimal and Whole Numbers Tricks

Additions is combination of two or more numbers to find the total or sum of those numbers. Here in this page we will discuss some Addition combination of decimal and whole numbers Shortcut Tricks.

Example #1 – Additions Combinations of Decimal and Whole Numbers

7.7 + 7.77 + 7.777 + 7.7777 + 7.77777 + 7.777777 = ?

The result of the addition is 7.7 + 7.77 + 7.777 + 7.7777 + 7.77777 + 7.777777 = 46.580247.

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- Take 7 Common and Replace all 7 with 1,

7(0.1 + 0.11 + 0.111 + 0.1111 + 0.11111 + 0.111111) - Count number of digits after the decimal place.

i.e, 0.1=1(digit), 0.11=2(digit), 0.111=3(digit), 0.1111=4(digit), 0.11111=5(digit), 0.111111=6(digit). - Write down all digits together but in reverse order like, 0.654321
- Multiply 7×0.654321 = 4.580247
- Now Multiply the Whole number with the total numbers present in the group.

i.e, 7 x 6 = 42 - Now Add both the results together ( 4.580247 + 42 ) =
**46.580247**.

Example #2 – Additions Combinations of Decimal and Whole Numbers

3.3 + 3.33 + 3.333 + 3.3333 = ?

The results of the addition is 3.3 + 3.33 + 3.333 + 3.3333 = 13.2963.

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- Take 3 Common and Replace all 3 with 1,

3(0.1 + 0.11 + 0.111 + 0.1111) - Count number of digits after the decimal place.

i.e, 0.1=1(digit), 0.11=2(digit), 0.111=3(digit), 0.1111=4(digit). - Write down all digits together but in reverse order like, 0.4321
- Multiply 3×0.4321 = 1.2963
- Now Multiply the Whole number with the total numbers present in the group.

i.e, 3 x 4 = 12 - Now Add both the results together ( 1.2963 + 12 ) =
**13.2963**.

Example #3 – Additions Combinations of Decimal and Whole Numbers

4.4 + 4.44 + 4.444 = ?

The result of the addition is 4.4 + 4.44 + 4.444 = 13.284.

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- Take 4 Common and Replace all 4 with 1,

4(0.1 + 0.11 + 0.111) - Count number of digits after the decimal place.

i.e, 0.1=1(digit), 0.11=2(digit), 0.111=3(digit). - Write down all digits together but in reverse order like, 0.321
- Multiply 4×0.321 = 1.284
- Now Multiply the Whole number with the total numbers present in the group.

i.e, 4 x 3 = 12 - Now Add both the results together ( 1.284 + 12 ) =
**13.284**.

Example #4 – Additions Combinations of Decimal and Whole Numbers

5.5 + 5.55 + 5.555 + 5.5555 + 5.55555 = ?

The result of the addition is 5.5 + 5.55 + 5.555 + 5.5555 + 5.55555 = 27.71605.

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- Take 5 Common and Replace all 5 with 1,

5(0.1 + 0.11 + 0.111 + 0.1111 + 0.11111) - Count number of digits after the decimal place.

i.e, 0.1=1(digit), 0.11=2(digit), 0.111=3(digit), 0.1111=4(digit), 0.11111=5(digit). - Write down all digits together but in reverse order like, 0.54321
- Multiply 5×0.54321 = 2.71605
- Now Multiply the Whole number with the total numbers present in the group.

i.e, 5 x 5 = 25 - Now Add both the results together ( 2.71605 + 25 ) =
**27.71605**.

Example #5 – Additions Combinations of Decimal and Whole Numbers

6.6 + 6.66 + 6.666 + 6.6666 = ?

The result of the addition is 6.6 + 6.66 + 6.666 + 6.6666 = 26.5926.

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- Take 6 Common and Replace all 6 with 1,

6(0.1 + 0.11 + 0.111 + 0.1111) - Count number of digits after the decimal place.

i.e, 0.1=1(digit), 0.11=2(digit), 0.111=3(digit), 0.1111=4(digit). - Write down all digits together but in reverse order like, 0.4321
- Multiply 6×0.4321 = 2.5926
- Now Multiply the Whole number with the total numbers present in the group.

i.e, 6 x 4 = 24 - Now Add both the results together ( 2.5926 + 24 ) =
**26.5926**.

**Few examples of Addition Shortcut Tricks:**

- Addition of Similar Digit Numbers Shortcut trick
- Addition of Similar Digit with Decimal Numbers Shortcut tricks
- Addition of number without Decimal in First number
- Addition of number without Decimal in second number
- Addition of common difference in a series of numbers shortcut tricks
- Addition or sum of all consecutive numbers starting from 1
- Addition consecutive numbers shortcut tricks
- Sum of all odd numbers starting from 1
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Example 3:

7.7+7.77+7.777+7.7777+7.77777+7.777777

The result of the addition is 7.7+7.77+7.777+7.7777+7.77777+7.777777 = 54.3580247.

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Step 1: At First we can calculate the Decimal number 7 ( 0.7654321 ) = 5.3580247

Step 2: In Step 2 we can calculate the Whole numbers that is maximum number 7 digits is

= 7+7+7+7+7+7+7 So, 7 x 7 = 49

Step 3: Now we can add both result of step 1 and Step 2 = ( 49 + 5.3580247 ) = 54.3580247.

In the above sum question is in wrong format add 7.7777777 to above quation

Thank u so much for valuable feedback priya , please recheck the problem

Thank u

Hello mam,upar jo ans dia h wo sahi h,aapne trick glt smjhi h ,basics se chech krke dekh lo

sir, not mam and thank u

The correct answer of above que is 46.580247

there are only six 7’s are there. So, 7×6=42. and (7×0.654321)=4.580247.

So, 42+4.580247=46.580247 is correct

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but a little bit confusion

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HELPFULL OF COMPITITION EXAM

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Really nice and helpful….i lv it

How to do these kind of problem???

7.7+77.7+777.7+7777.7=?

it’s very helpful for us.

thanks

WOW. Good it’s better than other

Useful tricks. Thank u so much

7(0.1+11.1+111.1+1111.1)

7(1233.4)

8633.8

7.0

=8640.8

These tricks are applicable for numbers below 10. What if the value exceeds 10? Can u help me please?