Or you could write it as -64 over 1
64/10 or 32/5
0.64 = 64/100 = 16/25
16 over 25.
As a decimal fraction, yes.
0.065 is a fraction. It is a fraction in decimal form rather than in the form of a ratio. However, that does not stop it being a fraction. Its rational equivalent is 65/1000 which can be simplified. But simplification will mean that you lose information about the precision of the fraction.
You cannot. 64-bit operating systems are specifically intended for 64-bit architectures. That's precisely why the operating systems are described as 64-bit. Conversely, you can put a 32-bit system on a 64-bit system. However, you must first configure the system's CMOS to 32-bit so that it operates as a 32-bit system rather than a 64-bit system. Nevertheless, it is recommended that you install a 64-bit system on a 64-bit system as this allows you to install both 32-bit and 64-bit programs upon the same system. But the operating system itself must be 64-bit to achieve this.
2^64-1 = 18446744073709551615
how many bytes are there in a 64-bit machine? Another Answer: It takes 8 bytes to store a 64 bit number.
fraction of 64 = 64/1
-64 in fraction = -64/1
64/3 in fraction
64 percent as a fraction =64%/100% =64/100 or16/25
64 is an integer, not a fraction.
It is 64/1.
I guess the fraction would be 64/1
64%:= 0.64 in decimal= 64/100 or 16/25 in fraction
The reduced fraction for 40 over 64 is 5/8