There is no whole number that, multiplied by 9, equals 100.111/9, or 11.1111111111111111 (the ones go on forever), times 9 equals 100.
Since 100 percent represents the whole of a value, 100 percent of 7.5 is equal to 7.5.
12 if whole is 100, but can be any number depending on value of whole
100 already is a whole number.
20 percent is a number whose value is between 0 and 1 so there is no way to represent it as a whole number.
If one "whole" is one, then one hundred hundredths make a whole. Think about it this way: One hundredth is 1/100. To get a fraction that equals one, you have to make the top number (numerator) and bottom number (denominator) the same. So, what can you do to get the top number to equal 100 with 1/100? Multiply it by 100 (which is the same as 100/1)! 1/100 * 100/1 = 100/100 = 1
You take the whole value. For example: You bought the call for $1 which x 100 equals $100. You then sold it for $2 which x 100 equals $200. Take $100 from $200 and you are left with a gain or $100.
The absolute value of 40 hundredths is less than one and so you cannot write it as a whole number.
If one "whole" is one, then one hundred hundredths make a whole.Think about it this way: One hundredth is 1/100. To get a fraction that equals one, you have to make the top number (numerator) and bottom number (denominator) the same. So, what can you do to get the top number to equal 100 with 1/100? Multiply it by 100 (which is the same as 100/1)!1/100 * 100/1 = 100/100 = 1
You move the decimal point two spaces to the left. E.g: 23 divided by 100 equals 0.23.
A whole number is a number without a fraction, so YES, 100 is a whole number.
Can represent any number based on value of the whole, 3/4 (75%) of 100 is 75, if the whole number was 4, 3/4 would be 3.
50% of the whole which can be any value. For example 1/2 of 100 is 50. 1/2 of 8 is 4, etc. etc.
Treat this as an equation to find the value of x 5/6x = 100 Multiply both sides by 6: 5x = 600 Divide both sides by 5: x = 120 So the value of the unknown number is 120.
10(2) equals 100. When a number is squared, it is basically multiplied by itself, so 10(2) is 10x10=100
110% is the percentage of 1.1. Remember, 1 is a whole number whice equals 100%.
No, 100 is a whole number. Any number that is to the right of the decimal is NOT a whole number, which does not make 100 and .100 equivalent. Hope this helps!
100.Any other number must be greater than or less than 100.For more advanced mathematicians, 99.999... is equal to 100 as its limiting value.
Apart from using a calculator, specifically if you multiply a whole number by a power of 10:* To multiply a whole number by 10, add a zero to the whole number. * To multiply a whole number by 100, add two zeros to the whole number. * Etc.
Eight over one can be written as 8/1, which is read as eight divided by one. By carrying this out, you get 8. Do this with any fraction, and that will be the whole number you will get. Take 100 over 20, for example. Rewrite it as 100/20, and that equals 5. simple.
Multiply the whole number to 100%.
That depends on the value of the whole. For example 95 would be 95% of 100. If the whole is 200, it would be twice that, etc. To find 95% of any number multiply it by 95% to get the answer.
99.59 rounded to the nearest whole number is 100
3 over 4 is a fraction so therefore there is no "whole number"(as in an integer) that equals 3 over 4.. Unless you are asking what also equals 3/4 which would be 75/100. (1 dollar = 4 quarters.. 3 quarters is 75 cents)
remember: ''is value'' over ''of value'' equals ''%'' over ''100'' is/of = %/100 --------> x/3,000,000 = 5%/100 (cross cancel)100x = 15,000,000 ( divide both by 100 to get x by itself)x = 150,000