Rational numbers can be expressed as a terminating or repeating decimal.
Expressed as a decimal fraction, 1 2/10 is equal to 1.2.
0.59 is already expressed as a decimal fraction.
Expressed as a decimal, 6 1/8 is equal to 6.125.
Expressed as a decimal, this is equal to 5.75.
You have already expressed it as a decimal.
If the decimal is terminating or repeating then it can be written as a fraction. Decimal representations which are non-terminating and non-repeating cannot be expressed as a fraction.
26 decimal is 11010 binary. Its ones complement (in 5 bits) is 00101, which is 5 decimal. In 16 bits, its ones complement is 1111111111100101 which is -27 when interpreted as a signed decimal, and 65509 as an unsigned decimal.
The "complement" of a number is another number in which each digit, when added to the corresponding digit in the original number, will add up to the largest digit of the base in which the number is expressed. That sounds far more complicated than it really is. It's easier to understand by working through it. For example, take the decimal number "1976". The complement of 1976 would be another number which, when added to 1976, gives you the value 9999. In other words, each digit, added to it's corresponding digit in the complement, should total 9. So the complement of 1976 would be 8023. Perhaps a better example would be the number 9876543210. It's complement would be 0123456789. If you add the two numbers together, you'd get 9999999999. It is important to note though, that the complement of a number will differ depending on the base number is expressed in. For example, take the number 100 in decimal. It's complement is 099. If we express that number in binary however: 1100100 it's complement would be: 0011011 which, converted back to decimal, gives us the value 27. In other words, the value of a number's complement depends on the base in which the number is expressed.
It is already expressed as a decimal in the form of 7.3
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The decimal complement of the number 1 is 8. You can find the complement of any digit by subtracting it from the largest single digit value in the base that you're working in.
1 10 expressed as a decimal is 0.1.
35.4 percent expressed as an decimal is 0.354
3.5 percent expressed as a decimal is 0.035
The term complement is not restricted to Vedic mathematics - it is a fairly common term. The complement of a number is another number in which each digit, when added to the corresponding digit in the original number, will give you a value exactly one less than the base in which the number is expressed.Most people tend to work in decimal though, and if you are strictly using decimal notation (as opposed to binary for example), then you can simplify that definition to say:The complement of a number is another number that, when added to the original, will have the same number of digits, and each one of them will be a "9".For example, the decimal complement of 12345 is 87654. If you add the two numbers together, you'll get 99999. Similarily, the decimal complement of 8675309 is 1324690.Note that the complementary value of a number will be entirely dependent on the base in which it's expressed. For example, in hexadecimal (base 16), the complement of the number 6 would be 9. In decimal on the other hand, it would be 3.