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1/10 a century ofcourse!

There are 100 years per century. 10% of this equals 10/100 * 100 = 10 years.

Ten years is one decade. A century is 100 years, or 10 decades.

Century = 100 years; decade = 10 years.Century = 100 years; decade = 10 years.Century = 100 years; decade = 10 years.Century = 100 years; decade = 10 years.

No because a century is a 100 years and 10 years is a decade

10 years

It is 1/10 because a decade is 10 years and a century is 100 years

No they are the same because 10 decades = 1 century

There are 100 years in a century and 10 years in a decade

If you mean 3/10 of a century then there are 3 decades A decade is 10 years and a century is 100 years

A century is 100 years. A decade is 10 years. Therefore to work out how many decades are in a century, you need to divide 100 by 10 which = 10. Therefore there are 10 decades in a century.

A century is 100 years. A decade is 10 years.

There are 10 decades in a century. A decade is 10 years. A century is 100 years.

1 century = 100 years 1 millennium = 1000 years The fraction of 1 century that is a millennium is: millennium/century = 1000 years/100 years = 10.

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A century

1 century is 100 years or 10 decades.

Decade = 10 years Century = 100 years

Simple, you ask. And that answer is 10. Here's how it works: There are 10 years in a decade. There are 100 years in a century. 100 / 10 = 10

A century is 100 years, a millennium is a thousands years, and a decade is 10 years.

A century is 100 years, a decade is only 10 years. Therefore a century is bigger.

There are ten decades in one century. 1 decade = 10 years. 1 century = 100 years. So 1 century = 10 decades.

decade:10 years century:100 years millennium:1000 years

no a century is 100 years (10 decades)

A century is 100 years. A millennium is 1000 years. There are 10 centuries in a millennium.