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Q: What is a floating decimal on a calculator?

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Try dividing it with a calculator. If you get numbers after the decimal point, it is NOT divisible.Try dividing it with a calculator. If you get numbers after the decimal point, it is NOT divisible.Try dividing it with a calculator. If you get numbers after the decimal point, it is NOT divisible.Try dividing it with a calculator. If you get numbers after the decimal point, it is NOT divisible.

Why do you need a calculator?

By using a calculator, enter: (integer) / (decimal)

To convert 30% to a decimal divide by 100: 30% ÷ 100 = 0.3 (enter 0.3 on the calculator).

"Floating Point" refers to the decimal point. Since there can be any number of digits before and after the decimal, the point "floats". The floating point unit performs arithmetic operations on decimal numbers.

If I understand this right, you want to know how to convert a fraction into a decimal with the aid of a calculator. This is usually done by pressing the fraction button on your calculator which changes it from a fraction to a decimal and vice versa.

you could've checked on a calculator but it equals 0.072 as a decimal.

An abacus and a calculator both represent numbers in decimal, after that there is no similarity whatsoever.

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It doesn't, it shows it as a decimal

To convert to a decimal from percent you type this into your calculator: 24.35 ÷ 100 = 0.2435

If you divide 815 / 100 on a calculator, you'll get the result in decimal.

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