Q: How can you put 23 in a demical and fraction?

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If I can assume that you meant decimal, the asnwer is 23 is good enough. There is no need to add a decimal point but you can, if you wish, write it as 23.0

23 thirds

To change a demcial to a fraction you have to....... 1. Say if they give you the number 0.05 this number is 5 hundredths 2. Now to change it into a demical you put the hundredths on the bottom and the 5 on the top

You put it over 100. 23% equals 23/100. Since that cannot be simplified, that's your answer.

23% means 23/100 = 0.23 put decimal over 1 0.23/1 move decimal places to right; top and bottom 23/100 ----------------simplest form fraction

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Whole Number: 65 Decimal: 65.0 [No amount in decimal places] Fraction: 65/1

If I can assume that you meant decimal, the asnwer is 23 is good enough. There is no need to add a decimal point but you can, if you wish, write it as 23.0

23 thirds

To convert a fraction into a decimal number, divide the numerator (top number) of the fraction by the denominator (lower number) and add the decimal. Ex: 3/8 = 3 ÷ 8 = .375

To change a demcial to a fraction you have to....... 1. Say if they give you the number 0.05 this number is 5 hundredths 2. Now to change it into a demical you put the hundredths on the bottom and the 5 on the top

for a fraction to a decimal, you divide the numerator by the denominator. 9/10=.90. for percent what ever the decimal is, the percent is. .76=%76

46/10. or 23/5

For example when you have to write 0,1 and yo know that it is one tenth, you write it like 1 / 10.

279/24 gives you a fraction answer with a demical so if you know basic math you must move the demical point which leaves you with 11 and an remander of 15.

You put it over 100. 23% equals 23/100. Since that cannot be simplified, that's your answer.

23% means 23/100 = 0.23 put decimal over 1 0.23/1 move decimal places to right; top and bottom 23/100 ----------------simplest form fraction

0.07 (move the decimal over to the left two places)