Q: What is using a decimal point 15 10?

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15% = .15

15 000 * 10 = 150 000 When multiplying by 10 just move the decimal point one position to the right

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Expressed as a decimal, 15/10 is equal to 1.5.

To convert a whole number to a decimal, place a decimal point at the end and place a zero.15 -> 15.0125 -> 125.01454874 -> 1454874.0

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15% = .15

It is: 15/10 = 1.5 as a decimal

15 000 * 10 = 150 000 When multiplying by 10 just move the decimal point one position to the right

10/15 = 10 ÷ 15 = 0.666... ≈ 0.67

15

Expressed as a decimal, 15/10 is equal to 1.5.

Expressed as a decimal, 15/10 is equal to 1.5.

To convert a whole number to a decimal, place a decimal point at the end and place a zero.15 -> 15.0125 -> 125.01454874 -> 1454874.0

10/15 = 2/3 = 0.666 .... recurring

Per cent or percentage effectively means hundredth. For example 15% equates to 15/100. Consequently 15/100 expressed as a decimal is 0.15 which can be regarded as shifting the decimal point two places to the left.

it means there are 15 places after the decimal point

Well, that would be true if the first two numbers are in base=11 but the 10 is in base=10. (15)11 = decimal 16 (6)11 = decimal 6 (15)11 - (6)11 = (decimal 16) minus (decimal 6) = decimal 10 (*For the solution to the Poptropica riddle, see the related question below.)