Q: What is 40.9 percent as a decimal?

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NO!!! 4.09 is NOT equal to 4.99 Drop the decimal point and compare 409 & 499 As you can see 409 < 499 So they are NOT equivalent.

1 decimal place equals a denominator of 10 2 decimal places equal a denominator of 100 3 decimal places equal a denominator of 1,000 Since there are 3 decimal places in 0.409, we would make 1,000 the denominator and 409 the numerator. Which makes your fraction 409/1,000.

Dr. Pepper rule. DP means decimal to percent move decimal to right to get percent. Move decimal to the left to change percent to decimal. 25.3%=.253

To convert a percent to a decimal, express the percent as a decimal then move the decimal point to the left two places:80.5% = 0.805

To convert a percent to a decimal, express the percent as a decimal then move the decimal point to the left two places:36.0% = 0.36

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To convert any decimal to percent, simply multiply the decimal by 100.Putting your example into the equation we get: 4.09 × 100 = 409(%)

409 = 409/1

15 percent of 409 is 61.35.

It is: 345/409 = 0.8435207824 to 10 decimal places or 0.844 rounded to 3 decimal places

80% of 409 = 327.2 = 80% * 409 = 80%/100% * 409 = 3272/10 or 327.2

100% of anything is that anything. Just to confuse you even further, should that be possible, 409 percent of 100 is Yeah.... but im short the answer is 409.

409 90/0.22 = 409 (almost)

CDIX = 409 and XCV = 95, so 409 + 95 = 504 (DIV)

NO!!! 4.09 is NOT equal to 4.99 Drop the decimal point and compare 409 & 499 As you can see 409 < 499 So they are NOT equivalent.

70.8 percent percent as a decimal is 0.708.

1 decimal place equals a denominator of 10 2 decimal places equal a denominator of 100 3 decimal places equal a denominator of 1,000 Since there are 3 decimal places in 0.409, we would make 1,000 the denominator and 409 the numerator. Which makes your fraction 409/1,000.

The numeral is 6.00409 (the decimal value is 409 hundred-thousandths).