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Q: What is a decimal between 0.43 and 0.44?

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√160 = 12.649110641 (or 12.65 to two decimal places). It depends an what is meant by 'between'.

if 044. --> 44/1 if 4.40 --> 22/5if 0.44 --> 44/100 = 11/25if .044 --> 44/1000 = 11/250

A number x is said to be rational if it can be expressed as the ratio p/q where p and q are integers, and q is not 0. For each rational number there is an equivalent decimal representation which is either a terminating decimal or one that has an infinitely recurring pattern. A decimal number which is infinite but without any recurring pattern is an irrational number.Thus rational numbers form a subset of decimal numbers.

Example: 2.25 x 3.45Omit the decimal points, though note their position:225 (2 decimal points)345 (2 decimal points)----------- using long-multiplication6750090001125-----------77625Add the decimal points positions together (2 + 2 = 4) count 4 places from the right and place the decimal between the two 7's, thus: 7.7625Figures are not lining up properly from the right once saved!

As given in the question, it is a terminating decimal.

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Bosch and NGK both say .044 in. for the 2.2 liter engine. Forums online say the manual states .039 - .043. Safe bet is .043.

The last one.

4.3% can also be expressed as .043

The spark plug gap recommended by the owners manual says anywhere between .040 and .043 inches. NGK, a spark plug manufacturer recomends .044 inch spark plug gap.

When making a percent your move the decimal point over two spaces to the left. In your case the answer would be .044 %

The auto parts stores will say .044 - it isn't! According to the smog sticker and owners manual it's actually .039 - .043.

0.0426

You would write forty-three thousandths as: .043.

just multiply it (and any decimal you need to change to a percent) by 100. so .93x100=93 or .00043x100=.043

It is 0.913 043 478 260 869 565 217 3 with the underlined string repeating.

There is no 043 code in use in the Philippines (according to the BT website).