Q: What do you call the fourth and fifth number behind the decimal?

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If "a" is positive, it will have two fourth roots, one will be positive and one will be negative it will have one fifth root, which will be positive. If "a" is negative, it will have one fourth root, which will be negative. it will have one fifth root, which will be negative.

A fifth of a number or 1/5 of a number is a fractious way of saying 20% (percentage) or .2 (decimal)

fifth decimal place = hundred-thousandths

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No. One fourth is 25% and one fifth is only 20%.

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Look at the number in the fifth decimal place. If it is 4 or below, zero it and anything to the right of it out. If it is 5 or higher, increase the fourth place digit by one and zero anything to the right of it out.

Do you mean what is four and one fifth in a decimal, or one fourth and one fifth in a decimal form? I'll give you either answer anyway: 4 1/5 = 4.2 1/4 = 0.75 and 1/5 = 0.2

The number that is one fourth of one half of one fifth of 200 is 5.

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It is 7.2

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If "a" is positive, it will have two fourth roots, one will be positive and one will be negative it will have one fifth root, which will be positive. If "a" is negative, it will have one fourth root, which will be negative. it will have one fifth root, which will be negative.

A fifth of a number or 1/5 of a number is a fractious way of saying 20% (percentage) or .2 (decimal)

one-fifth = 1/5 as a fraction or 0.2 as a decimal

It is three and nineteen twentieths or 3.95 in decimal.

if by fourth you mean 1/4 (quarter) then answer is 3.25 x 2.20 = 7.15 1/4 = 0.25 in decimal 1 fifth = 1/5 = 0.2 in decimal so the sum is written out as it is above then you just mulitply normally.

You mean as a decimal? 0.2.