Q: What is the place value commonly used when converting between decimals and percents?

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The decimals between 3.0 and 3.8 with 0.2 between them are 3.2, 3.4, and 3.6.

0.1, 0.25 and 0.674 but note that there are thousands of decimals between 0 to 1.

1.5

.05

There are an infinite amount of numbers between 1 and 2

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powers of 10 example 10,100,1000

they all can be used to find the answer to the same wole number

One can get examples of converting between fraction and decimals by asking a teacher or going to their local library and checking out math books. One may also find them online on sites such as Math is Fun.

No records worldwide, but fractions are mostly used for thirds, halves and quarters and "one in a million", whereas percents are used for most other numbers where percentage is between 1 and 99 (Note football demands 110% from its players!)

Whenever converting between decimals and percents, all you will do is move the decimal point over two spaces. To know which direction, think of the order in the alphabet the first letter of the words, decimal and percent, will be. D will be on the left and P will be on the right. If you're converting from a decimal to a percent, that means you are going from D to P. You will be moving right. Therefore, move the decimal two spaces to the right. 0.061 becomes 6.1, so the answer is 6.1%. (If you were converting from percent to decimal, you would be going from P to D, so you would move it two spaces to the left.)

It could be converting decimals to fractions, 0.25 = 1/4, or it could mean converting between units of measurement 2ft. = xin. 2 ft = 2 x 12 = 24 in. 12 being the conversion unit to change feet to inches. Or it could mean converting between metric and standard measurements; 1 in = 2.54 cm.

The decimals between 3.0 and 3.8 with 0.2 between them are 3.2, 3.4, and 3.6.

decimals from 7.0 to 8.4 with interval of .2 between each pair of decimals

They both measure numbers that are in between two whole numbers. Example: 56, (56.5,565%) 57. * * * * * That is so not true. You can have 200% which is equivalent to 2 - a whole number. And 23 is a decimal. You do not need a decimal point or a fraction. A decimal number is simply one in which each place value is ten times greater than the one to its right. Both percent and decimals are ways of representing numbers.

Starting with 1.376, the sequence of decimals such that there is an interval of 2.0 between each pair of decimals, would give the answer 3.376

0.1, 0.25 and 0.674 but note that there are thousands of decimals between 0 to 1.

An infinite number of decimals are between any two numbers that aren't the same.