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Q: Is dividing by 100 the same as multiplying by 0.1?

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Moves it two places to the left ex: 1.0/100 = .01

You make 1 percent to a decimal which is .01(You make it into a decimal by dividing 1 by 100) then you make 1/2 percent into a decimal which is 0.5. Then you multiply .01 and .5 and it equals 0.005.

Well 3/50 is the same as 6/100. 1/100 is .01 so 6/100 = .06.3/50 = .06

Yes. Unless the number you are multiplying .01 by is negative.

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You always move the decimal to the right when dividing by a number which is not a whole number. For example: In the problem 100 divided by .01, you would move the decimal two places to the right for divisor and dividend leaving you with 10000 divided by 1.

For all decimals, you times it by 100 to turn it into a percent. So it is .01 * 100 = 1%

As a fraction the decimal number .01 is 1/100

As a fraction the decimal number .01 is 1/100

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One-hundredth or 1/100 is a fraction that represents a part of a whole. For example if you have 1 dollar and the dollar is worth 100 pennies, then:1/100 of 1 dollar = .01 * 1$ = .01 dollar1/100 of 100 pennies = .01 * 100 = 1 penny

1 cm = .01 m 1/.01 = 100 so 100 cm in a m

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It is: 0.01*100 = 1%

YES (100 x .01 = 1)

Expressed as a decimal, 1/10 is equal to 0.1.One tenth as a decimal is written as 0.1. This is the same as dividing one ten times which will result to 0.1 or 1/10.

Well, I'm going to assume that you meant .01, which would be 1/100.

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1/100 of a ml

100 milion is equal to 0.1 billion.

M = moles/liter 100 ml = 0.1 liter so 0.01 mole NaOH / 0.1 liter = .1 M NaOH you can find how many grams of NaOH in .01 moles by multiplying .01 by the atomic weight of a mole of NaOH, which you can find by adding up the atomic weight of Na, and O, and H.

How will you prepare .01 N NaOH solution in 100 ml standard flask?

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