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What is 005 in percent?

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Answered 2012-12-16 17:45:23

0.005 in percent = 0.5%

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005% = 5% which, as a decimal is 0.05


One half of a percent as a decimal is expressed as .005 Percent is out of 100 or 1 in most cases. 99 cents equal 1 dollar, so one HALF of ONE percent is .005 because one out of 100 = .01 so half of that would be .005 because .005 + .005 = .01



Same as 1/200, or 1/2 of a percent.


It is: 0.005 times 100 = 0.5%


x - 0.5% = 500x - .005 = 500x - .005 + .005 = 500 + .005x = 500.005Check:x = 500.005500.005 - 0.5% = 500500.005 - .005 = 500500 = 500So x - 0.5% = 500 when x is .005.


005 is not equal to 5 %; 0.05 is. 0.05 = 5/100 and "/100" is the same as "per cent".


0.5% of 38 is: 38*.005 = .190


One half percent can be written in decimal as 0.005 or just .005


.005 percent = .05/100 = .0005


0.005 percent of 1770000 = 88.50.005% of 1770000= 0.005% * 1770000= 0.00005 * 1770000= 88.5


no one half is 0.5 one half percent =.005


0.005 = 1⁄200 or 1/2 of 1%


One percent = 0.01 1/2 of one percent = .01/2 = 0.005


005 is thicker than 003


Multiply 0.005 by 100 to convert to percent: 0.005 × 100 = 0.5%


60 = 12000n Solving for the percent, we have: 60/12000 = n = 1/200 = .005 Multiplying by 100, you have 0.5%.


.5% of 40 = .005 x 40 =.2 Another way to think of it: .5% is half a percent. One percent of 40 is .4; half of that is .2


.010 is thicker than .005



When you have decimals you times them buy 100 to get the percent so .5 equals 50% and .05 equals 5% and .005 equals .5%


005 = 5 so the reciprocal of 005 = reciprocal of 5 = 1/5 = 0.2


0.5% of 33.8 = 33.8*0.5/100 = 33.8*.005 = 0.169 ounces.


No. 50 percent would be half, therefore 50 percent of 1 would be .5 . However, .50 percent of 1 would be .005, because .50 would be equal to 1 200th.



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