A decimal number is simply a way of representing a number in such a way that the place value of each digit is ten times that of the digit to its right. A decimal representation does not require a decimal point. So the required decimal representation is 715, exactly as in the question.
Seven hundred fifteen.
this means 715/1000, quite an easy one, 0.715. 3 decimal places means thousandths. for example 715/10'000= 0.0715
sept cent quinze
how do you write a this as decimal 9265
Rounded to five decimal places, 7151/3 = 8.94201
We expand 715 into 7 hundreds, 1 ten, and 5 ones. This can be written as 7(100) + 1(10) + 5(1) = 715.
you divide the numerator by the denominator on you will get a decimal and you write it 00.00 that is a decimal
7.15 as a fraction = 715/100 or 143/20
You first write the integer part, then write the decimal point and then the fractional part in decimal form.
715 is divisible by any of its factors: 1,5,11,13,55,65,143,715 Evidence: 1x715=715 5x143=715 11x65=715 13x55=715
That is a decimal.