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Q: How do you divide an integer by a decimal?

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You divide the integer by the decimal.

divide 414 by 3. if it is an integer, then yes. decimal, then no.

divide 414 by 3. if it is an integer, then yes. decimal, then no.

A decimal number is not an integer. An integer is a number that is not a fraction, and decimal numbers are decimal fractions.

To convert 40.5% to decimal divide by 100: 40.5% ÷ 100 = 0.405

No, if it has a decimal place then its not an integer

an integer won't have any decimal point

No by definition a decimal number can never be an integer because an integer is a whole number (it can not have any decimal parts).

When you divide 147 by 7 it results in a whole number or integer instead of a decimal or fraction.

Count the number of digits after decimal point. If the number of digits after point are 4, then multiply and dividethe given decimal number by 10000.(Here number of zeros are equal to the number of digits after point.)The number above dividing bar is now an integer, divide this integer by the given whole number. The result can be an integer or a decimal number. Now, divide this result by 10000 which is under by the dividing bar.e.g. 3.06/3 = (3.06x100)/(3x100) = 306/(3x100) = 102/100 = 1.02

No. An integer has NO digits (or NO nonzero digits) after the decimal point.

A decimal is not an integer. However a number with a decimal component can be either positive or negative

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