To convert a decimal to a percent, multiply it by 100. If that's 0.13, it equals 13%
100% = 1.00, so .013 = 1.3%
What is the scientific notation of .013
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1 metre = 100 centimetres So .013 metres = .013*100 = 1.3 cm
0.013 is 0.003 higher than 0.01
The BSB number 013-479 belongs to the ANZ Bank at Rowville, Victoria.
18 billion 796 thousand 013 would be written as: 18,000,796,013.
013 inches is approximately 33 centimetres, or one third of a metre.
no cause theres no decimal in the numbers otherwise 05 would larger but its not . only 013 is larger due to no decimal
Yes you can. here is a site that will explain the whole process step by step to you http://www.networkcomputing.com/unixworld/tutorial/013/013.part1.html
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That answer is not correct... To receive the size of the diameter you multiply the first number by .013 & then add .06". So, the math is as follows: 10*.013+.06= .19" Major Diameter. I'm not quite sure why the numbers .013 and .06 are used, but i will research this.
3.26/.013 = 250.77 light-years.
There are dozens of UK telephone area codes beginning with 013. The shortest is 0131 for Edinburgh; the longest is 013873 for Langholm. The others range from 01300 for Cerne Abbas to 01398 for Dulverton.
Imagine 013 A Celebration of Children's Hospital Los Angeles - 2010 TV was released on: USA: 12 June 2010
1 Gigabyte is 1000 megabytes. (So .013)
Yes. Use a .013 to .021 tip.
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This site gives a wonderful tutorial on how to set up a linux server http://www.networkcomputing.com/unixworld/tutorial/013/013.part1.html. Can be very overwhelming but if you take the time, its a great site to learn off of.
The Colbert Report - 2005 StePhest Colbchella '013 Robin Thicke 9-135 was released on: USA: 6 August 2013
to get: 013 - Dj Quack (duck) >> Dragon + Moon + Star.
Its lower then what one would expect. This site here will explain everything that you need to know to get started and set up your serverhttp://www.networkcomputing.com/unixworld/tutorial/013/013.part1.html.