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Q: How would you write .001 in percentage form?

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.001%

1 Thousandth

14.001 = 10 + 4 + .001

.01 and .001

It's already in metric form. (1 millimeter = .001 meters)

.001

1.0 × 10-6

001

001 is the same as the integer 1 and so you would write it as 1.001 is the same as the integer 1 and so you would write it as 1.001 is the same as the integer 1 and so you would write it as 1.001 is the same as the integer 1 and so you would write it as 1.

4+.3+.05+.001+.0002

6 + 3 + 02 + 001 = 6 + 3 + 2 + 1 =12

0.1%

You would write it like this 200,000,000,000+ 30,000,000,000+ 8,000,000,000+ 500,000,000+ 40,000,000+ 2,000,000+ 600,000+ 50,000+ 1.

001 is just 1 .001 is 1/1000

2 001 000 in standard form is 2.001 x 106.

001 = 1 is 1 or 1*10^0.

.001

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0.001 = (0 x 1) . (0/10) + (0/100) + (1/1000)

4 + .9 + .03 + .001 is the expanded form of 4.931. To find the expanded form of a number, separate the number by the digits, multiply each digit by its place value, and the write it as a sum that hasn't been evaluated: 4(1) + 9(.1) + 3(.01) + 1(.001) = 4 + .9 + .03 + .001

it would be 1% 2 / 2,000,000 = 1 / 1,000,000 = 0.000 001 = 0.0001%

1*10-3

It is one thousandth = 1/1000

Write one volt equals 1,000 millivolts at the top of your paper. This is the standard conversion of volts to millivolts. Write down the number of volts you need to convert in decimal form. For example, if you have four volts, write 4.0. Move the decimal point over three times to the right to convert your amount of volts to millivolts. For example if you have 4.0 volts, you would have 4000 millivolts.

20 + 7 + 09 + 001 = 37