Ordinary decimal notation
The answer depends on what you mean by "opposite": whether it is the additive inverse or the multiplicative inverse.
The question is based on a false premise: the opposite of a decimal is not a whole. A decimal is simply a way of representing a number is such a way that the place value of each digit is ten times that of the digit to its right. Therefore 4 is a decimal, 2.75 is a decimal. There are different ways of defining opposite. The additive opposites of the two numbers are -4 and -2.75 so one of them is a whole number, the other is not. The multiplicative opposites are 0.25 and 0.3636... so neither of them are whole.
No. A decimal is a way of representing a quantity so that the place value of each digit is ten times the place value of the number to its right. So the opposite would be to find a way not to represent a number?! What is the point of that?
.124. You just move the decimal point back two places and slap on the percentage point, and vice versa for the opposite.
Percents are arrived at by multiplying the decimal by 100. In this case, you we would do the opposite and divide the percent by 100. Therefore: 98.4/100=.984
Where a number is showing some decimal points and you want to decrease the amount of decimal points it shows, you can use the decrease decimal button to do it. Each time you click it, it will remove one decimal place until you have the amount you want or all are gone. There is also a corresponding increase decimal button, which does the opposite.
The ratio of the opposite side over the adjacent side is called the tangent.Expressing the fraction (opposite/adjacent) as a decimal, you can find the angle by looking in a table of values for the tangents of various angles.
The fraction 75/100 is equivalent to 3/4 in its lowest terms or 0.75 as a decimal
opposite^2+adjacent^2=hypotenuse^2 ____________ X=/hypotenuse^2 One decimal place would be, for example. 22.7 cm
by using multiplication backwards Division is the opposite of multiplication. It is the equivalent of when you diminish a number by multiplying it by a fraction or a decimal.
to make decimal into percentage, you move the decimal 2 places to the right. so 0.42 would be 42% .4 would be 40% also it's the same for the percentage to be in decimal, but the opposite. move the decimal 2places to the left. 42% would be .42 9.7% would be .097 i hope it helped you :)
what is the opposite of 1.6, can't find the answer by cheating lol and I'm dumb.
You can convert a percentage to a decimal by doing the complete opposite movement than converting a decimal to a percentage.Converting Decimal to Percentage: Move two decimal places to the right.Converting Percentages to Decimal: Move two decimal places to the left.So, following the above statement of P -> D. We move two places to the left.Original: 13%One Place: 1.3Two Places: .13So 13% as a decimal is .13. You could also simply take the percentage and divide by 100.13 ÃƒÂ· 100 = .13
yes, you go to the right of the decimal it is like the opposite of being to the left of it..for example if you are going to the right of the decimal more zeros would mean a bigger number right? So going to the left is the opposite, more zeros(or any placeholder technically) would mean a smaller number
An integer is a whole number. In rational form, it can be expressed as an integer divided by 1. In decimal form, it has either only 0s after the decimal point (or an infinitely recurring sequence of 9s).To identify its opposite you will need context. All integers have an additive opposite. All non-zero integers have a multiplicative opposite. There are other operations (contexts) that lead to other opposites.To see how there can be lots of opposites, consider the opposite of a young boy. It can be an old person. Or a female. Or something else if opposites are defined in terms of human/non-human, or living/non-living and so on.
It is not. For positive powers of ten, the decimal point moves to the right when multiplying and to the left when dividing. For negative powers of ten the point moves in the opposite directions.
It is because 0.10 = 1/10 and so multiplication by 0.10 is the same as division by 10, the opposite of multiplication by 10.
To is the opposite of from.
The opposite (antonym) of opposite is same.
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