Why Is One Column in a Hundredths Grid Equal to One Column in a Tenths Grid?

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A hundredths grid equal to one column in a tenths grid because a hundreds grid has hundreds down and across a tenths grid has ten down and across.
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One column in a hundredths grid has 10/100's in it. One column in a tenths grid has 1/10 in it. You can tell that 10/100=1/10 by looking at the two visuals.
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One column in a hundredths grid has 10/100's in it. One column in a tenths grid has 1/10 in it. You can tell that 10/100=1/10 by looking at the two visuals.
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A hundredths grid equal to one column in a tenths grid because a hundreds grid has hundreds down and across a tenths grid has ten down and across.
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Try this... <Viewbox> <Grid> <Grid.RowDefinitions> <RowDefinition Height="*" /> <RowDefinition MinHeight="{Binding Path=ActualHeight, ElementName
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