If you know how to turn a mixed number into a fraction and a fraction into a decimal do that then make it negative.
The integer part of the mixed number is the integer part of the decimal. The use long division to convert the fractional part of the mixed number to the fractional part of the decimal.
You cannot convert it to a mixed number unless you have a solid number before the decimal point.
You cannot. A mixed number, by definition, has a fractional part. In converting to a decimal number, you cannot get rid of that fractional part and so you can never convert it to a decimal integer.
how to change mixed number into a decimal
Convert the mixed number to a decimal.
Convert the mixed number to a decimal and proceed.
First, turn the mixed number into a improper fraction. Then change the improper fraction into a decimal. Then, change it into a percent by moving the decimal point two spaces to the right. Ex: .10 is 10%
Turn it into an improper fraction. Then take the top number and divide it by the bottom for a decimal. Change that into a percent.
No, but it can have a decimal equivalent.
Since the magnitude of the given number is less than 1 it cannot be expressed as a mixed number. It already appears as a decimal number in the question. I suggest that you read your questions before posting them!
Divide the decimal by a 100 which gives: 12 and 47/100
3/10=0.3 Since it is less than one, it cannot be written as a mixed number.
5.8 = 5 8/10 or 5 4/5
As a decimal, it is 4. This is an integer and there is not a sensible way to represent it as a mixed number.
It is already a decimal and as a mixed number it is 1 and 47/500
Changing mixed numbers percents. First change the mixed number to a decimal then change the decimal to a percent.
To convert a mixed number into a decimal, first you must convert the fraction part of the mixed number into decimal form. Do this by dividing the numerator (the top number) by the denominator (the bottom number). Then, place the whole number that was originally part of the mixed number as the whole number for the decimal. For example, let's convert this mixed number into a decimal: 51/4. 1/4 = 0.25 The whole number originally part of the mixed number, 51/4 is 5. Place 5 as the whole number for the decimal. Therefore, the answer is 5.25.
If you have a division sum, such as 53/18, then the divisor of the fractional part of the number will be the denominator of the fractional part of the mixed number. For example, 2 remainder 17 will turn into 2 17/18 or two and seventeen eighteenths. You can then turn the fractional part of the mixed number into a decimal by dividing the numerator by the denominator.
convert the mixed number to decimal then multiply by 100
No, it is a decimal. The mixed number for 112.35 is 1127/20
Firstly, you will change the decimal into a fraction and then change it into a mixed number. That's the way I learnt it.
First you convert the decimal into a mixed-number/fraction. Then you have to find the common denominator and compare.
Move the decimal two spaces to the right. In this case, 4.8 would become 480/100.
One can change a decimal into a fraction or mixed number and simplified by expressing it to the number of tens.