lattice math is a silly way to do multiplication. I recommend you not to do it.
Eisner Hewer, he created the lattice method.
You can use lattice in math by getting your numbers from smallest to biggest the smallest number goes on the side of the lattice and the bigger number goes on the bottom of the lattice grid the add or subtract what ever your teacher tells you to do.
To convert 12 to percent you just multiply by 100: 12 × 100 = 1,200 %
I suck at math but this is what I got: 59 73/100
100 % in math form is the highest percentage you can get, but if you want to change a percentage to a decimal all you have to do it divide it by 100.
viente x cuatro = cien
7.92 = (7 x 1) . (9/10) + (2/100)
The unit cell is the fundamental unit of a crystal lattice, it is like the shapes used up to make the tessellations one makes in math class. The unit cell is therefore the subunit of the crystal lattice.
100 multiplied by 100 is 10,000.
The tenth power in math is 100