Study guides

☆☆

Q: How do you make eight and one tenth as a decimal number?

Write your answer...

Submit

Still have questions?

Related questions

There is no such number. It is always possible to insert a zero immediately after the decimal point to make a number that is one tenth as large (or ten times smaller).

eight ninths as a decimal = 0.888889 8/9: = 8 ÷ 9 = 0.888889 in decimal

You make a fraction out of a decimal by looking at the number before the decimal, and then you look at the number(s) after the decimal.

2.0

Simplest form refers to fractions. To make 1/8 into a decimal, divide one by eight. 0.125

It is already a decimal number!

You typically only round a number to the tenth's place if you have numbers past it in decimals. For example: 833.35 goes to the hundredth's place. Rounding it to the tenth's would make the answer 833.4 As your number does not look like this, rounding it to the tenth's isn't really needed. Unless of course, you choose to make your answer 833.0 (you can add as many zeroes beyond the decimal here without changing the overall value of the original number).

divide the numerator by the denominator, and round to the nearest tenth or hundredth, whatever is best. Ex. 1 1/2 = 1.5 since 1 divided by 2 is .5, make the new number 1.5. if the number is 1 1/3, then the decimal would be 1.33333..... so then you would round it to the nearest tenth (1.3) or the nearest hundredth (1.33) and then put a repeating bar over the decimal.

depends on what kind of number it is

move the decimal ova 2x's to the left

The number in the question is already in decimal form.

It is not possible since a decimal number cannot have more than one decimal points - as the given number does.

275411, as a fraction, could be 275411/1 As a decimal, it is 275411. It would not be appropriate to add a zero after the decimal point since that would suggest that the number was accurate to a tenth of a unit - which it was not.

Divide the upper number by the lower number, move the decimal and presto, there's your percentage....example one eighth is normally written with the number one on the top and the eight on the bottom....try it on a calculator 1 divided by eight you'll get 0.125....move the decimal over two places to the right and you get 12.5%

No. This number is an impossible decimal. Only one decimal can appear in a number at a time.

The value (magnitude) of integer number 15 is the same as the real (decimal) number 15.0

Easy. Just divide the nominator with the denominator. Then you will get the decimal number.

.0123456789

If you know how to turn a mixed number into a fraction and a fraction into a decimal do that then make it negative.

As 29 is a whole number, if you wish to make it a decimal number, all you have to do is add a .0 to the end. This, 29.0 is the decimal form of 29.

3 + 13 = 16, and there is no need for a decimal point to make it a decimal number.

take decimal number place value and those will be the zeros on the bottom

976,543.20

It is: 8/9 = 0.8888....recurring 8

The reason is because you have to make the number bigger when you multiply. When you move the decimal to the right you make the number bigger, when you move it to the left you make it smaller. Therefore, when you divide you must move the decimal to the left.