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A mixed number. Some people call them mixed fractions.
The answer will depend on the value associated with the point.
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First, turn the mixed number into a improper fraction. Then change the improper fraction into a decimal. Then, change it into a percent by moving the decimal point two spaces to the right. Ex: .10 is 10%
Write the number before the decimal point as the whole number and the bit after the decimal point as a fraction over 100, then reduce to lowest terms: 9.45 = 945/100 = 99/20
When a mixed number (a whole number and a fraction) is written as a decimal, the decimal point divides the whole number and the fractional part. 12 and 75/100 = 12.75 a dot placed after the figure representing units in a decimal fraction.
To find 87.5% of a fraction or mixed number, you first convert the fraction or mixed number into a whole number with or without a decimal (ex. 3/4=.75; 1 3/8=1.375). Next, you take 87.5% and convert it into a decimal (for multiplication. To do this, you simply move the decimal point (.) two paces to the left (87.5=.875) and the opposite when converting a decimal to a percent. Next, you multiply .875 by whatever the converted fraction or mixed number came out as. Now you have your answer. Hope this helps.
It is 1 29/100.
Yes a whole number is a number without a fraction or a decimal point.
It is a decimal fraction. The equivalent rational fraction is 38/1000 = 19/500.A mixed number, in decimal form, has at least one non-zero number before (to the left of) the decimal point. In rational form, the absolute value of the numerator must be at least as large as the denominator.
You don't. But you do. When converting a mixed number into an improper fraction. A mixed fraction contains a whole number and a proper fraction, for example 23⁄4. To convert this to an 'improper' fraction, the whole number is multiplied by the denominator and added to the numerator to obtain the new numerator. See. but WHY? The denominator remains unchanged (unless, of course, you wish to simplify the fraction). This is unrelated! At no point did you actually provide an answer to this question.Continuing with the original example, for 23⁄4, (2 · 4 + 3) = 11, so the new fraction is 11⁄4.Ps. Anything in italics has been improved by another person.
The value is the same, the whole number ( to the left of the decimal point ) is the same, but the fraction of 1 ( to the right of the decimal point) can be expressed as either a fraction or a decimal depending on its use, so for example: 1.375 is the same as 1 3/8
Yes it iss true that a whole number is a number with out a decimal point or a fraction
Yes it is possible because the actual fraction next to the whole could possibly be cancelled to a lower point
Take the two digits after the decimal point, put them over 1 followed by two zeros and put the digit before the decimal point in front, reducing the fraction to simplest terms to create a mixed number: 6.63 = 663/100 Should you want it as an improper fraction, multiply the whole number by the denominator (lower number) of the fraction, add the numerator (upper number) of the fraction and put the result over the denominator of the fraction: 663/100 = 663/100
A number with a decimal point.
59/10000Since this number has 4 places of decimals, the denominator needs 4 zeros:0.0059 = 59/10000This is in lowest terms, so it's the answer.A mixed number is made up of a whole number and a fraction less than 1. For example 3.5 = 3 1/2.If there is only a zero to the left of the decimal point, you can't write this as a mixed number. ... or you might say that it is already written as a mixed number, but there is no whole number part.
The first figure to the right of the decimal point represents the number of tenths. If there were a second figure this would show the number of hundredths. As a mixed number 6.2 is 6 2/10 (Six and two tenths) As an improper fraction this is 62/10, or the equivalent fraction 31/5.
The part before the decimal number forms the whole number of the mixed number and the part after the decimal point is converted to a fraction and reduced to simplest form and put after the whole number.Examples:7.5Whole number: 7 Fraction: .5 = 5/10 = 1/2Mixed form of 7.5 = 71/212.25Whole number: 12 Fraction: .25 = 25/100 = 1/4Mixed form of 12.25 = 121/4
A decimal number is simply a way of representing a number in such a way that the place value of each digit is ten times that of the digit to its right. A decimal representation does not require a decimal point. So provided the number is a decimal fraction, it can be represented as a mixed number. If it is a decimal integer then it is not a mixed number and it makes no sense to try to represent it as one.