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When Does 40.2 have 2 decimals?
In this question you need to round 0.986 to two decimal points. This means when you are finished you need two digits to the right of the decimal point. Because there is a thir…d decimal point you need to round. When rounding if the digit tot he right of the place you are rounding is 5 or greater you would round up, otherwise you round down. In this case you are rounding the '8', so look to the right and you see a '6'. Using the previous rounding process make the check: Is 6 >= 5? Yes it is! Therefore you would round the '8' up to a '9'. This results in your answer to be 0.99
13.7 to 40.2 is a 193.4307% increase.
2 quarters as a decimal is 0.50 because one quarter is 25 so two is 50. Four quarters make a whole (1) 25,50,75 isn't a whole so those are behind a decimal point.
Expressed as a decimal fraction, 2/6 is equal to 0.3 recurring, or 0.333... 2/6 = 2 divided by 6 = 0.3333 repeating
2 divided by 5 = 0.4 So for example, if you got 2 out of 5 on a test, your mark equals 0.4 which is 40%
2/9 to two decimal places is 0.22 .
2/3 = 0.666667
well you first have to look at the number you are doing it with then look at the next number wiych would be .2