Q: What is 127 as a decimal number?

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127 is an integer, and as a decimal number, it is 127.

12.7

127 is evenly divisible by '1' and '127'.

If it is unsigned representation (meaning high bit is not sign bit) then it is 7F which has a decimal equivalent of 127. If it is a signed number (meaning high bit is sign bit) then numbers range from decimal -64 to +63

what is 1.27 as a mixed number

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127 is an integer, and as a decimal number, it is 127.

It is simply 127.0 as a decimal number

It is 127 in decimal numbers.

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 required decimal representation is 127. If 127 mm were to be expressed in terms of some other unit of length then that unit of length should have been specified in the question.

The decimal equivalent of 127% is 1.27

-127 or -128

127 is already a decimal (base ten). If you need the decimal point, you can say 127.0.

127/1000

It is 127 = 2^7 - 1

12.7

8 over 127 is the same as 8 divided by 127: 8 Ã· 127 = 0.2962 . . . (repeating).

It is 127 in decimal numbers.