Q: What is the value of the 5 in 0.5?

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The first value of 5, .55, is 11 times greater than the second value, .05.

It isn't. But if there is a decimal point, and you actually mean 0.5 or .05, then this number is indeed less than 5, because the digit five is in a lower-value position.

The future value (FV) of $10,000 at 5% interest for 7 years follows the following formula: 10,000 (1+.05)^7 = 10,000 * 1.41 = $14,100

five hundredths or .05 is equal to 5%. (.05(100)=5=5/100=5%)

5%=.05 "of" means to multiply them .05*149=7.45

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The first value of 5, .55, is 11 times greater than the second value, .05.

It isn't. But if there is a decimal point, and you actually mean 0.5 or .05, then this number is indeed less than 5, because the digit five is in a lower-value position.

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5% = .05 .05 * 83 = 4.15

05 is the same as 5 which is greater than 0.33

05 = 5 = 500%.

5% = .05 21264 x .05 = 1063.2

Five cents is .05

The future value (FV) of $10,000 at 5% interest for 7 years follows the following formula: 10,000 (1+.05)^7 = 10,000 * 1.41 = $14,100

five hundredths or .05 is equal to 5%. (.05(100)=5=5/100=5%)

5%= .05 then multiply .05 x 21.95 to get 1.0975