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## How do I multiply a number by a percentage?

Multiply the number by the percentage fraction. For example to calculate 9% of 25000, multiply 25000 by 9/100, that is, multiply 25000 by 0.09.

**How do you convert a percentage to a decimal number?**

Divide a percent by 100 and remove the percent sign to convert from a percent to a decimal.

- Example: 10% becomes 10/100 = 0.10.
- Example: 67.5% becomes 67.5/100 = 0.675.

### How do you multiply decimals step by step?

To multiply decimals, first multiply as if there is no decimal. Next, count the number of digits after the decimal in each factor. Finally, put the same number of digits behind the decimal in the product.

**What happens to the decimal when you are converting from a percent to a decimal?**

To convert a percent into a decimal just do the inverse, move the decimal 2 places to the left. Comment on Lawrence Pauls’s post To convert a decimal to a percent move the decimal…

#### What is the decimal form of 50%?

Example Values

Percent | Decimal | Fraction |
---|---|---|

50% | 0.5 | 1/2 |

75% | 0.75 | 3/4 |

80% | 0.8 | 4/5 |

90% | 0.9 | 9/10 |

**What is 9/20 as a decimal?**

0.45

## How do you write 9/20 as a percentage?

Write 9/20 as a percent. Use equivalent fractions: 9/20 = 45/100 = 45%.

**How do you turn 9/11 into a decimal?**

0.8182 is a decimal and or 81.82% is the percentage for 9/11….How to Write 9/11 as a Decimal?

Fraction | Decimal | Percentage |
---|---|---|

12/11 | 1.0909 | 109.09% |

10/11 | 0.9091 | 90.91% |

9/11 | 0.8182 | 81.82% |

8/11 | 0.7273 | 72.73% |

### How do you write 1 and 1/3 as a decimal?

Here are the detailed math steps we use to convert 1 1/3 mixed number to decimal form:

- Step 1: Multiply the whole number by the denominator: 1 Ã— 3 = 3.
- Step 2: Add the product you got in Step 1 to the numerator: 3 + 1 = 4.
- Step 3: Divide the sum from Step 2 by the denominator: 4 Ã· 3 = 1.333333. That’s it folks!

**What is the equivalent of 1 3?**

Decimal and Fraction Conversion

Fraction | Equivalent Fractions | |
---|---|---|

1/3 | 2/6 | 3/9 |

2/3 | 4/6 | 6/9 |

1/4 | 2/8 | 3/12 |

3/4 | 6/8 | 9/12 |

#### How do you calculate to 2 decimal places?

To round to a decimal place:

- look at the first digit after the decimal point if rounding to one decimal place or the second digit for two decimal places.
- draw a vertical line to the right of the place value digit that is required.
- look at the next digit.
- if it’s 5 or more, increase the previous digit by one.

**What is 2.738 to 2 decimal places?**

To do that, you must look at the 8 , and see if it is larger then 5, or less than 5. Since it is larger than, you can round the 38 up to 40 . So now the number you have is 2.740 , but since the 0 does not need to be included, you have 2.74 , which is 2 decimal places.

## What does two decimal places look like?

4.732 rounded to 2 decimal places would be 4.73 (because it is the nearest number to 2 decimal places). 4.737 rounded to 2 decimal places would be 4.74 (because it would be closer to 4.74). 4.735 is halfway between 4.73 and 4.74, so it is rounded up: 4.735 rounded to 2 decimal places is 4.74.

**What is meant by 3 decimal places?**

Three decimal places is the same as the nearest thousandth. So, for example, if you are asked to round 3.264 to two decimal places it means the same as if your are asked to round 3.264 to the nearest hundredth.

### How do you write 3 decimal places?

To round off to three decimal digits, we must look at the digit in the fourth place. The digit in the fourth place is 8 (greater than 5). Therefore, we add 1 to the previous digit 3. Example 2.

**How do you round to 5 decimal places?**

If the next smallest place value is greater than or equal to five (5, 6, 7, 8, or 9), you increase the value of the digit you’re rounding to by one (+1). Just like before, any remaining digits before the decimal point become zeros, and any that are after the decimal point are dropped. This is called rounding up.

#### How do you round to three decimal places?

Look at the fourth number in the decimal series. Round the third number down (leave it as it is) if the fourth number is less than 5 and round up (add 1 to it) if it’s more than 5. If the number is 5, you usually round up, but there’s one exception in which you shouldn’t.

**What is 5’11 as a decimal rounded to 3 decimal places?**

Fraction to Decimal Conversion Tables

fraction = decimal | ||
---|---|---|

5/11 = 0.45 | 7/11 = 0.63 | |

8/11 = 0.72 | 10/11 = 0.90 | |

1/12 = 0.083 | 5/12 = 0.416 | 11/12 = 0.916 |

1/16 = 0.0625 | 3/16 = 0.1875 | 7/16 = 0.4375 |

## What is 7 27 as a decimal rounded to 3 decimal places?

0.2593 is a decimal and or 25.93% is the percentage for 7/27.

**Is 0.5 rounded up or down?**

If the decimal portion is less than 0.5, we round down, if the decimal portion is more than 0.5, we round up, and if the decimal portion is exactly 0.5, we look at the place value to the left of the five (yes, really, the left!). If it’s an odd number, you round up, and if it’s an even number, you round down.

### Do zeros count as decimal places?

Leading zeros (zeros before non-zero numbers) are not significant. For example, 0.00052 has two significant figures: 5 and 2. Trailing zeros in a number containing a decimal point are significant. For example, 12.2300 has six significant figures: 1, 2, 2, 3, 0, and 0.

**What does zero decimal places mean?**

If there is no decimal point, it is understood to be after the last digit on the right and there is no place (zero place) accuracy. The significant digits of a number are those digits that are most accurate.

#### What does trailing zeros mean?

In mathematics, trailing zeros are a sequence of 0 in the decimal representation (or more generally, in any positional representation) of a number, after which no other digits follow. For example, 14000 has three trailing zeros and is therefore divisible by 1000 = 103, but not by 104.

**How many decimal places should I round to?**

The better rule is to report rounded up to one significant digit, which works across the spectrum of values. Thus a decimal places rule that ignores significant digits does not work.