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Q: Why do you move the decimal to divide a decimal by a decimal?

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move the decimal over twice

Move the decimal point.....

You cannot just move the decimal when you multiply or divide by 101001000.

to get decimal, divide percent by 100 (or move decimal two places to the left) 0.07014

move the the decimal over right of the 5 in 25 then divide

Percent to decimal divide by 100 (move the decimal 2 places left.) 57% = .57

56% You move the decimal to the left twice to divide by 100.

It enables you to multiply or divide by 10 (or powers of 10).

Any time you multiply or divide by a power of ten, it appears as if the decimal is moving.

Divide by 100, which is to move the decimal point two places to the left. 31% = 0.31

First you divide the numerator by the denominator and will equal a decimal then you move the decimal two places.

Divide the percentage by 100. (i.e move the decimal place 2-places to the left).

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