Q: What would 1.5 percent look like as a decimal?

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If u mean the #8 like 8.0 it would be 800%. I hope that is what u meant :)

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4 and three tenths as a decimal = 4.3

Just move the decimal point two places to the right and put a percentage. So, with 0.32 we would move the decimal twice to right to get the number 32, and then we would percentage. When you've finished the answer should look like this: 32%

it would look like this 2.3

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It is 3.44

So lets say ur percent is 50% The decimal place is right of the 0. so it would look like this, 50.00% Right? And then all u have 2 do, is move the decimal left 2 digits, so it would look like this: 50.00% = .5! See it? u can do that with any percent. If it has a decimal like, 99.99%, you would still do the same thing, and it would be .9999!

If u mean the #8 like 8.0 it would be 800%. I hope that is what u meant :)

0.3

99.5 percent is the same as 0.995

Two eighths, or one fourth, as a percent is 25%. You can calculate it by multiplying the decimal in this case 2/8 by 100. It would look like this 2/8x100=25.

0.25

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4 and three tenths as a decimal = 4.3

.5

The answer is 2.35025. There are two easy ways to find the answer. Either change the percent into a decimal by moving the decimal two places to the left and then multiplying the decimal by 19.75, or you can set it up as a fraction equation. The equation would look like this. x/19.75 cross-multiplied by 11.9/100. It turns into (19.75x11.9)/100.

If there is a line over a decimal, it means the decimal is repetitive. If you are typing it would look like this... .7