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# What is 5.21 as a mixed number?

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5.21 = 521/100 = 5 21/100

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The mixed number of 52.001 is: 521/1000

It is: 1*521 = 521 which is a prime number

A mixed numberThis is called a mixed number or mixed fraction.

decimal for 521 percent = 5.21521% = 521%/100% = 5.21

521 is the next greater prime number after 509.

The positive integer factors of 521 are: 1, 521

A mixed number is a rational number. Mixed numbers are not a rational number but many of them.

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mixed number is a whole number plus a fraction

There is no Mixed Number as there is no Whole Number involved.

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