It is 0, exactly as in the question.
0% in decimal is simply 0
Suppose you have two decimal numbers, A and B. If A - B > 0 then A is the bigger decimal, if A - B < 0 then B is the bigger decimal and if A - B = 0, neither is bigger.
The decimal is 0.0
add a 0 to the back of the decimal
an exact decimal must be with the number 0. in it or it is not exact.
2229.66 to 0 decimal places = 2230
0.3 is a decimal. The decimal point is the (.) between the 0 and the 3.
the answer is 0
You only get a smaller decimal if you do 0. something because your multiplying it by 0! oust like with the whole numbers, if you times something by 0 it gets smaller. only with a decimal, there's are still numbers less than the 0 so it gets smaller and smaller until you have a total of 0!
0/2 = 0
0/3 is equal to nothing, so 0/3 written as a decimal would be 0