Yes. A mixed decimal is any decimal with an integer ... i.e. 7.38. .38 is the decimal 7 is the integer
An integer has nothing after the decimal point.
No - 0.8 is a decimal number, not an integer. The closest integer is 1.
If it ever ends, then it is.If there are no digits after the decimal point, it's an integer.
No, any number with a decimal point is not an integer, it is a real number.
As a decimal it is 325, exactly as in the question. It is an integer, not a fraction. It is 32500%.
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 representation of decimal 325 is 325, exactly as in the question. This is an integer and not a fraction.
A decimal number is not an integer. An integer is a number that is not a fraction, and decimal numbers are decimal fractions.
The answer for 208 out of 325 as a decimal is 0.64.
To convert 325% to decimal divide by 100: 325% ÷ 100 = 3.25
decimal form of 325 percent = 3.25325% = 325%/100% = 3.25
No, if it has a decimal place then its not an integer
No by definition a decimal number can never be an integer because an integer is a whole number (it can not have any decimal parts).
By using a calculator, enter: (integer) / (decimal)
an integer won't have any decimal point
The positive integer factors of 325 are: 1, 5, 13, 25, 65, 325
A decimal is not an integer. However a number with a decimal component can be either positive or negative