48.7% = 487/1000
In the most simple form, the fraction is 29 over 50
A fraction which is not in its most simple form, and therefore, can be reduced. For example, 5/10 is a reducible fraction because it can be simplified to 1/2.
11.2 = 11 2/10 = 112/10 = 56/5, which is the most simple form of the fraction.
In its most simple form, it is simply 1.
It is not. Simple division is far more helpful.
11.5 can be expressed aloud as "eleven and a half" therefore the most obvious units to use to express it as a fraction would be multiples of a half. There are 22 "halfs" in 11 and one more from the .5, so it is most easily expressed as 23/2 or aloud as "23 halves". It should be noted that it could just as easily be expressed with many other denominators (the number on the bottom of a fraction). For example, you could call it 46/4 or "46 fourths" or 92/8 (92 eigths) and so on.
The most important idea expressed in a paragraph or an essay is usually expressed in the first or the last paragraph.
Yes, negative numbers can most certainly be rational. A rational number is simply a number which can be expressed as a fraction. An example of a negative rational number is: -1/2
It means that you find a decimal number that has the same value as the fraction - or often a value that is close, since most fractions cannot be expressed exactly with a terminating decimal. Just divide the numerator by the denominator, to get an equivalent decimal.
The most common fraction is 1\2
If a point mutation occurs in a location that is not critical to the structure and function of the protein, it will not change the way the gene is expressed. Also, since most amino acids have more than one codon, if the point mutation resulted in a codon for the same amino acid without the mutation, it will not change the way the gene is expressed.