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Q: How do you write 12 thousandths in decimal notation?

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9 and 12 hundredths in decimal notation = 9.12

0.0012

1 12/1000 as a decimal is equal to 1.012.

2

It is 0.00012

0.12 seconds

12 and 24/1000 as a decimal is 12.024

Note that the term is same as 9350000000000.0. Then, move 12 decimal places to the left to get 9.35 x 1012

12/100 or 4/250.

.012

you write a decimal in fraction by example: 12/100 it is read as twelve hundredths as decimal is 0.12 or .12.

12 hundredths = 12/100 = 0.12

1100

12 tenths as a decimal is 1.2

how do you write the Fraction as a decimal 1 over 12

Move 4 decimal places to the right from the starting point, so the exponent for base 10 is -4. Therefore, the number in scientific notation is 2.4 x 10-4

12

2.0012

There is not really much to "solve". I suppose you mean 1.3 x 10-12. This is scientific notation, a convenient way to write very large or very small numbers. To change this into standard notation, move the decimal point in 1.3 12 positions to the left (adding digits if necessary). For a positive exponent, move the decimal point to the right. Thus, 1.3 x 10-12 = 0.0000000000013. However, it is better to learn about scientific notation, and just keep such large or small numbers in scientific notation, since that is much easier to read.

12

11 and 12/100 as a decimal = 11.12

11/12:= 11 Ã· 12= 0.9167 in decimal

11 and 12/1000

12.020

12/100 or 4/250.