if the the number in the tens place ( first number behind the decimal) is more than five then the number before the decimal goes up a number value. If the number in the tens place is lower than five then you do not round
The decimal equivalent of five-twelfths is 0.41666.
First, determine what number is in the second decimal place. As it is a five in this case, the first decimal place is rounded up with the answer becoming 3.5.
To round 13.681 to once decimal place, you first need to look at the second decimal place and determine it's value. If the number is less than five, you will keep the number that is in the first decimal place. In this case, the number in the hundredths (second) position is an eight, which is greater than five. Therefore, we must change the six to a seven. The answer would be: 13.7
To achieve the answer to what the decimal equivalent of the largest binary number with five places (or bits) is, work this equation: The formula is 2_ -1 where n is the number of bits. That will get you where you need to be.
The decimal equivalent to eleven and five twelfths is 137 twelfths.
62.05 The hundredths place is the second from the decimal, so you must place a 0 after the decimal and then the number.
Rounding a number to one decimal place means rounding it to one number after the decimal point (dot/period). The first number after the decimal point is a 4. To determine if it should be rounded up you look at the second number after the decimal with is also a 4. If it were a five or greater you would round up, but it's not so you don't. Thus 2.447 rounded to one decimal place is 2.4
I assume you want to make a fraction into the decimal equivalent. For a fraction such as 1/2, you simply divide the numerator (top number, 1 in this case) by the denominator (bottom number, 2 in this case). 1 is smaller than 2, so in this case, two (2) goes into one (1) zero (0) times. Therefore you place a zero (0) above the 1 and then you need to place the decimal point after the 1 and show a 0 to the right of the decimal point. (like this: 1.0) Now, ignore the decimal point for a moment and pretend you have a ten (10). Two (2) goes into ten (10) five (5) times. (2x5=10) Therefore we place a five (5) directly above the zero (0) in 1.0 and take notice of the position of the decimal point in relation to the five (5). It is immediately to the left of the zero (0) in 1.0 and therefore immediatly to the left of the five (5), like this: 0.5 which just happens to be the decimal equivalent of 1/2. This method of showing the decimal point and adding 0's to the end of the number works great for making decimal equivalents of fractions.
The same as any other decimal number except that the value before the decimal place would be less than 5.
When you want to know the decimal equivalent of a fraction, divide the top number by the bottom number. So you would divide 5 by 8. The result will be 0.625 To convert five eighths to a decimal figure, you divide eight into five. So, 5/8 as a decimal is 0.625.
That would be 387.4 To round to the nearest tenth, you look to the number to the right of the tenths place (the first number after the decimal is the tenths place, and you are looking at the hundredths place). If that number is five or higher, the number after the decimal goes up by one (it is "rounded up"). If that number is four or less, the number after the decimal stays the same. No matter what happens to the number in the tenths place, the number in the hundredths place (and any numbers that might be after it) are "thrown out" and go away
It is 35, exactly as in the question. A decimal number is simply a way of representing a number in such a way that the place value of each digit is ten times that of the digit to its right. There is no need for a decimal point.
A decimal number is simply a way of representing a number in such a way that the place value of each digit is ten times that of the digit to its right. A decimal representation does not require a decimal point. So the decimal representation of 45 is 45, exactly as in the question.
The nearest hundredth to 52.5625 is 52.56. When rounding off a number to the nearest a hundredth, you will look at the third digit after the decimal place. If it is less than five, the number is dropped but if the number is between five and nine, the second digit after the decimal increases by one.
12.66, the hundredths places is where the first five is after the decimal. You look to the right of the five and the number is an eight so you bump 5 up to 6, if its five or above...give it a shove!
2 and nine over twenty-five (the whole number two and the fraction nine twentyfifths)
29.365 ... 'hundered' or should I say hundred thousands in 2936500. To get this answer, all you need to do is move the decimal place to the left five positions. 100,000 has five zeros. Your number 2936500 has no decimal place, so the implied decimal is at the end. So, count five numbers to the left and move the decimal place. You will get 29.36500 - and the trailing zero's drop off to the RIGHT of the decimal. Complete sets of hundred thousands is 29.
pi = 3.14159 to five decimal places
No. An integer is a WHOLE number. A number with a decimal place or a fraction is not an integer :)
There will be five decimal places.
Do a long division, dividing 5000.... by 8 until it works out. But put the decimal place at the start of the number. 5/8 = .625
It is written 2.25. Two is in the whole number place followed by 25 hundredths.