It is 0.500
Count the number of zeros to the left of the decimal point in the multiple of ten that you are using: Examples: 10 (1 zero); 1,000,000 (6 zeroes); 100.0 (2 zeroes) Move the decimal point to the right by that number of spaces (if you run out of spaces to move the decimal point then add a zero) Examples: 5 * 1,000 = 5000 .005 * 10000 = 50 5000 * 10 = 5000
When you have decimals you times them buy 100 to get the percent so .5 equals 50% and .05 equals 5% and .005 equals .5%
The diameter of a Smartie is 1cm so so r = .005, and its height is 4mm. With negligibly concave ends, the volume of a smartie is pi (5E-3)^2*4E-3 = pi*1E-7 m^3. A 16 oz jar where 1 oz ~ 30 ml, 1 jar ~ 0.5 L = 10cm x 10cm x 4.8cm = 4.8E-4 m^3. Circles pack hexogonally into a square area with an optimal density 1/6 pi root 3 which is approx 0.9069. Figure a random packing is about 10% less than optimal, shaken and settled gives a density more like .82 of the volume. If this is a good assumption, then 0.82 * 4.8E-4 / pi*1E-7 = 1253 smarties / 16 oz jar.
Yes, it is.
It is 0.500
009 (9) is greater than 005 (5) by 004 (4)
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The answer depends on .005 WHAT! There will be a different number on 0.005 inches in an inch compared to the number of 0.005 miles! And since the units have not bothered to say what the units are, it is impossible to give a sensible answer.
005 is thicker than 003
005 = 5