Q: How do you write less than 1 percent using sign?

Write your answer...

Submit

Still have questions?

Continue Learning about Other Math

putc('%'); write(1, "%", 1); printf("%%"); printf("%c", '%'); will all each put a % character (percent sign) on stdout.

"No less than" is the same as "greater than or equal": write the greater-than sign, with a line (similar to an underline) underneath.

$0.5 or, more conventionally, $0.50

It would be 5% because an easy way to explain this method is to pretend the decimal wasn't there and right it as it is with the percentage sign after it. Example: 0.27, take the decimal off to make 27. Then add the percent sign to make 27%

550 cents is equal to $5.50

Related questions

> 1%

A percent or percentage sign is % So 10% of 50 is 5.

Just add a percent sign, like this: 65.3%

To write 0.79 as a percent, move the decimal point two places to the right, and add a percent sign after the number. 0.79 --> 79%

you just wrote it so i think you can do it again, this is the percent sign % if that's what your asking...

Divide by 100 and remove the % sign. 324%=3.24

putc('%'); write(1, "%", 1); printf("%%"); printf("%c", '%'); will all each put a % character (percent sign) on stdout.

22.5% = 0.225. To write a percentage as a decimal, you have to divide the percent by 100, and take away the percent sign.

97%.

For scientific documents and graphs/charts the percent symbol (%) is used, but in humanistic documents the word "percent" is written out.

< 80%

the sign: < for example, you can say 5<8 because 8 is bigger than 5, or 5 is LESS THAN 8