Q: What is 800 as a decimal?

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Expressed as a decimal, 800/1000 is equal to 0.8.

800 in decimal form = 800.0

Expressed as a surd, sqrt(800) = 20 sqrt(2). Expressed as a decimal, rounded to two decimal places, sqrt(800) = Â±28.28.

As 800 is a whole number (as shown in the question) then: 800.00

0.800

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800%= 8.0 in decimal

decimal part of 800 is 160 = 0.2160/800:= 1/5= 0.2 in decimal

Expressed as a decimal, 800/1000 is equal to 0.8.

800 in decimal form = 800.0

It is 800, exactly as in the question.

800% = 80,000

800000

8.00

8.0

It is already in decimal form.

Expressed as a surd, sqrt(800) = 20 sqrt(2). Expressed as a decimal, rounded to two decimal places, sqrt(800) = Â±28.28.

Find 20% of 800. Divide the percentage by 100 to convert it to a decimal. You get 0.2. Then multiply the decimal by the amount. 0.2 x 800. You get 160. Then add this to the original amount. 800 + 160 = 960. Or to simplify this...you can just multiply 800 by 1.2 (1 plus the percentage in decimal form).