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Answered 2014-04-02 15:09:23

Freshwater has a salinity of .005 percent or less.

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


0.005 in percent = 0.5%


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".


Fresh water will have a salinity of less than 0.5%.


the surface of the ocean, like the top. where the water is less dense. less dense, less salinity, more dense, more salinity,think of it that way, that's how i do it.


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


The amount of salinity that there is in the sunlight zone is about 3.5 percent. About 90 percent of sea life also resides in this zone.


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%


Yes: 0.005 < 0.0065


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



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