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There is only one number and that is -7/8. The number can also be expressed in terms of equivalent fractions. As a decimal, it is -0.875 and as a percentage it is -87.5%. However, all these are simply different ways of writing the same number.

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The equivalent of -7/8 as a decimal is -0.875

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