What benchmark fraction is closest to each point in the letter E

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The perihelion is the closest point to the Sun in the orbit of a planet.It is different for each planet based on the elliptical variation, but will always occur at the same point in each orbit.

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The closest point of approach to the Sun is called "perihelion", and for the Earth, it happens around January 4 each year.

If you're referring to the orbit of the Earth around the Sun, the closest point is called the perihelion and it usually comes between the 2nd and 4th of January each year.

Every point on Earth has one of each.

Fractions are infinitely dense. What that means is that the only fraction that can be closest to a given fraction is the fraction itself. Given any other candidate fraction there are infinitely many fractions between it and the target fraction, so each one of those infinitely many fractions is closer.Therefore, the answer to the question is -225/1000 or, equivalently, 9/40.

No. The Earth reaches perihelion - its closest point of approach to the Sun - on January 4 each year.

Everywhere. Each and every point on a number line is a fraction and also a decimal.

Yes. The Earth reaches perihelion, its closest point of approach to the Sun, on January 4 each year.

At perihelion, when the Earth is closest to the Sun, about January 4 each year.

0.18 = 9/500.46 = 9/20 (approx)0.225 = 9/400.099 = 1/10 (approx).

Investors use an index as a point of reference to compare how well their investments are doing. For example, an investor holding individual common stocks can compare his performance to a wide based benchmark index such as the S&P 500. An investor can also benchmark one index against another to compare relative performance of a specific stock market sector. For example, a benchmark index for gold can be compared to a benchmark index for oil or real estate to evaluate the relative performance return of each sector.

The Earth's orbit around the sun is not a perfect circle, so our distance fromthe sun is not always the same. There's a closest point and a farthest point.The closest point happens sometime during the first couple of days of Januaryeach year. The closest distance is 91,402,640 miles.The farthest point happens sometime during the first couple of days of Julyeach year. The farthest distance is 94,509,460 miles.

You can benchmark your performance by using past performance metrics as a measure. You should try to beat each of your past performance appraisals.

Earth's perihelion happens around January 3 each year.

Earth reaches 'perihelion' ... the point in its orbit that's closest to the sun ... at some time during the first few days of January each year.

You're describing any point on Spain's sea-coast. There are an infinite number of them, and each point has different coordinates.

Because each place behind the decimal point is a fraction, ( decimal point, 1/10, 1/100), a fraction is something hundredths. For example, 28% = .28 = 28/100

This can refer to the rate or a fee. Generally this refers to a 1% fee charged by the lender or broker. Each point or fraction of a point is a percentage of the loan amount.

That point in the earth's orbit is known as "perihelion". We reach that point and pass it at some moment during the first few days of January each year.

The Earth reaches perihelion, its closest point to the Sun, on about January 4 each year.

if they all had the same boiling point they would condese at the same temperature which means the oils would not be able to seperate.

The easiest way is just to realize that each number after the decimal point is the tenths and each second place after the decimal point is hundredths. (Each third place is thousandths etc.) So, you have 6/10 or 60/100. That is sufficient as a fraction. However, most people prefer to have reduced fraction. To get there, find the LCM and reduce the fractions (in this case, the reduced answer should be 3/5).