how to change mixed number into a decimal
Convert the mixed number to a decimal.
Convert the mixed number to a decimal and proceed.
No, but it can have a decimal equivalent.
Expressed as a decimal, rounded to two decimal places, sqrt(935) = Â±30.58
Changing mixed numbers percents. First change the mixed number to a decimal then change the decimal to a percent.
As a decimal, it is 4. This is an integer and there is not a sensible way to represent it as a mixed number.
It is already a decimal and as a mixed number it is 1 and 47/500
To convert a mixed number into a decimal, first you must convert the fraction part of the mixed number into decimal form. Do this by dividing the numerator (the top number) by the denominator (the bottom number). Then, place the whole number that was originally part of the mixed number as the whole number for the decimal. For example, let's convert this mixed number into a decimal: 51/4. 1/4 = 0.25 The whole number originally part of the mixed number, 51/4 is 5. Place 5 as the whole number for the decimal. Therefore, the answer is 5.25.
935 is not prime. 935 = 5 * 11 * 17
a mixed decimal
convert the mixed number to decimal then multiply by 100