Yes, by highlighting the cell and clicking 'format cells' and then 'numbers'. There should be a 'decimal' option.
Select the cells you want to apply the format to. Press Ctrl-1 to open the Format Cells dialog box. On the Number tab, choose the Accounting format and then click OK.
No. It removes any currency formatting and converts the number to an ordinary number. It will add or retain decimal places.
For a single cell: with the cell selected, Format menu > Cells > Number tab > Category: Number [By default the Decimal places is set to 2] > OK.To apply this format to a whole column: position the mouse icon over the column heading (such as B); the icon becomes a black arrow pointing down. Click to select the column, then use the Format menu as above.To apply this format to a range of cells: select the range, then use the Format menu as above.You can also adjust the horizontal position of figures within a cell: select the cell(s), then Format menu > Cells > Alignment tab > explore the options under Horizontal, especially Right (Indent) with Indent set at 1 or 2.When one cell has just the right format, you can apply its format to one or more other cells using the Format Painter. Select the "perfect" cell, then click the paintbrush icon in the Formatting toolbar, then click another cell to apply the format without changing the value in the cell. If you double-click the Format Painter, you can go on "painting" cells as long as you like. To exit, press Esc on your keyboard or click the Painter icon again.
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decimal point to the left of the whole number. Example: 1= whole number. Less than 1 as a decimal is .00, .01, 02 etc.
An irrational number is a real number that cannot be expressed as a ratio of two integers. In decimal terms, it is a real number that has either a terminating decimal or an infinitely recurring decimal. This would apply whatever the integer base, such as binary, octal, hexadecimal.
the excel number format that applies a thousand comma separate where appropriate inserts a fixed us dollar sign aligned at the left edge of the cell applies two decimals places and leaves a small amount of space at the right edge of the cell to accommodate a parenthesis for negative numbers is the what? The answer is accounting number format
The answer depends on the whether you are measuring the value of sales of the quantity of sales. In the latter case, it depends on whether it is a discrete variable of continuous.Value of sales: Currency format.Discrete quantity (eg number of cars sold): Integer number.Continuous quanity (eg amount of fabric sold): Decimal Number.In all three cases you will need to use a sensible number significant figures. There is not much sense in presenting sales worth millions to 2 decimal places!
The Format Painter.
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"Not as a decimal or fraction as there are an infinite number of digits." This is a common and useful answer. The *correct* answer is that PI is firstly an irrational number that cannot be calculated from any ratio (fraction). Secondly, PI is a transcendental number that, by the definition of "transcendental", cannot be exactly calculated. The nest you can do is to apply an infinite convergent series that becomes more and more accurate with more and more decimal places.