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8 & 23/100 or 823/100

Since 23 is a prime number it can't be divided down, so that's as simple as that fraction can become.

If you're also doing rounding though, then it would become 8 & 25/100 or 8 & 1/4

Since 23 is a prime number it can't be divided down, so that's as simple as that fraction can become.

If you're also doing rounding though, then it would become 8 & 25/100 or 8 & 1/4

Nov 08, 2016 | Office Equipment & Supplies

You're on the right track!

920 92 46 23

------ = ---- = ---- = ---

1000 100 50 25

Now we can't go any further, because 23 is prime.

Good luck.

Paul

920 92 46 23

------ = ---- = ---- = ---

1000 100 50 25

Now we can't go any further, because 23 is prime.

Good luck.

Paul

Jan 24, 2015 | Office Equipment & Supplies

Substitute 9 for X. Look at what you get. It is possible that the fraction will clear b y simplification.

Aug 27, 2014 | Office Equipment & Supplies

A percentage is a proportion out of 100. So, 45% is really 45/100.

The problem then is to convert what you have into this form. If you are starting with a decimal, just multiply by 100 eg

0.135 becomes 0.135 x 100 = 13.5%

If starting with a fraction, you do the same, but by then you need a calculator eg

23/41 becomes 23/41 x 100 = 9.43%

You can see with this method, that 1 = 100%, so any number greater than 1 is a percentage greater than 100% eg

2.43 = 243%

The problem then is to convert what you have into this form. If you are starting with a decimal, just multiply by 100 eg

0.135 becomes 0.135 x 100 = 13.5%

If starting with a fraction, you do the same, but by then you need a calculator eg

23/41 becomes 23/41 x 100 = 9.43%

You can see with this method, that 1 = 100%, so any number greater than 1 is a percentage greater than 100% eg

2.43 = 243%

Apr 13, 2012 | Watches

One way to solve the problem is to convert all the fractions so that they have the same common denominator, then just add them up.

**12 1/6** = 73 / 6 = 292 / 24

**2 3/8** = 19 / 8 = 57 / 24

**7 2/3** = 23 / 3 = 184 / 24

**19 3/4** = 79 / 4 = 474 / 24

Therefore:

(292 / 24) - (57 / 24) - (184 / 24) + (474 / 24) = 525 / 24 = 21 21/24 = 21 7/8

Therefore:

12 1/6 - 2 3/8 -7 2/3 + 19 3/4 = 21 7/8

Good luck, I hope that helps.

Therefore:

(292 / 24) - (57 / 24) - (184 / 24) + (474 / 24) = 525 / 24 = 21 21/24 = 21 7/8

Therefore:

12 1/6 - 2 3/8 -7 2/3 + 19 3/4 = 21 7/8

Good luck, I hope that helps.

Sep 08, 2011 | Computers & Internet

One way to solve the problem is to convert all the fractions so that they have the same common denominator, then just add them up.

**12 1/6** = 73 / 6 = 292 / 24

**2 3/8** = 19 / 8 = 57 / 24

**7 2/3** = 23 / 3 = 184 / 24

**19 3/4** = 79 / 4 = 474 / 24

Therefore:

(292 / 24) - (57 / 24) - (184 / 24) + (474 / 24) = 525 / 24 = 21 21/24 = 21 7/8

Therefore:

12 1/6 - 2 3/8 -7 2/3 + 19 3/4 = 21 7/8

Good luck, I hope that helps.

Therefore:

(292 / 24) - (57 / 24) - (184 / 24) + (474 / 24) = 525 / 24 = 21 21/24 = 21 7/8

Therefore:

12 1/6 - 2 3/8 -7 2/3 + 19 3/4 = 21 7/8

Good luck, I hope that helps.

Sep 08, 2011 | Computers & Internet

Answer is 39 over 23......or 1 and 16/23. Check your settings on the calculator. People are running into this problem with decimals and there is an easy fix.

Let's say you have a repeating decimal such as .16666.....If you type in .166 or .1666 or .16666 and check as fraction it will NOT work. Reason why is you haven't typed enough of the "repeating" numbers for the calculator to understand that it is in fact "repeating." If you have a single number ie. 1-9 you must type in a minimum of 11 of that number. Then it WILL work as fraction.

Let's say you have a 2-digit number such as 13. Then you need to type in at least 6 of that number. Say you want to convert 1.2181818 where 18 keeps "repeating." Well I only typed it in 3 times. It won't work to convert. But type in that repeating number 6 times and it will.

Again calculator need to know that it is in fact repeating. Only typing it in a couple times could still change the outcome so it will basically fail to show the fraction until it knows for sure.

Let's say you have a repeating decimal such as .16666.....If you type in .166 or .1666 or .16666 and check as fraction it will NOT work. Reason why is you haven't typed enough of the "repeating" numbers for the calculator to understand that it is in fact "repeating." If you have a single number ie. 1-9 you must type in a minimum of 11 of that number. Then it WILL work as fraction.

Let's say you have a 2-digit number such as 13. Then you need to type in at least 6 of that number. Say you want to convert 1.2181818 where 18 keeps "repeating." Well I only typed it in 3 times. It won't work to convert. But type in that repeating number 6 times and it will.

Again calculator need to know that it is in fact repeating. Only typing it in a couple times could still change the outcome so it will basically fail to show the fraction until it knows for sure.

Sep 14, 2010 | Casio FX-115ES Scientific Calculator

The structure of a number in scientific notation is as follows

one digit [decimal mark] several digits power of 10 (- sign if needed) up to two digits for the exponent.

d.ddddd [10^] (-) dd

To enter a number in scientific notation you need to use the [EXP] key, between the [.] and the [=] sign, on the bottom row of keys.

Ex: Avogadro's number (do not worry if you do not know what it represents)

Na= 6.02 x10 ^23

6.02 [EXP] 23 [=]

Electron charge 1.6 x10 ^(-19)

1.6 [EXP] [+/-] 19 [=]

The [+/-] key is the change sign key, in the first column of keys, between the fraction key [a b/c] and the [7] key

one digit [decimal mark] several digits power of 10 (- sign if needed) up to two digits for the exponent.

d.ddddd [10^] (-) dd

To enter a number in scientific notation you need to use the [EXP] key, between the [.] and the [=] sign, on the bottom row of keys.

Ex: Avogadro's number (do not worry if you do not know what it represents)

Na= 6.02 x10 ^23

6.02 [EXP] 23 [=]

Electron charge 1.6 x10 ^(-19)

1.6 [EXP] [+/-] 19 [=]

The [+/-] key is the change sign key, in the first column of keys, between the fraction key [a b/c] and the [7] key

Jan 14, 2010 | Casio FX-260 Calculator

No post is an adequate substitute for reading the manual. Here is the meaning of some of the primary keys.

- hyp.: To calculate hyperbolic functions: hyp + sin calculates the hyperbolic sine, hyp + cos calculates the hyperbolic cosine, hyp + tan calculates the hyperbolic tangent (sinh, cosh, tanh)
- sin. To calculate the sine of an angle
- cos.To calculate the cosine of an angle
- tan. To calculate the tangent of an angle
- yx : y with raised x, calculates general powers
- ln: calculates the natural logarithm (log in base e)
- log: calculates the logarithm in base 10
- ab/c : used to enter mixed fractions; 13 ab/c 7 ab/c 5 enter the mixed fraction 13 and 7/5
- x10 to the X : calculates the exponential function on some calculators. used to enter powers of 10 as in scientific notation; 6.02x10^23 is keyed in as 6.02 EXP 23 (Avogadro's Number of Chemistry and Physics)
- (-).: This is the change sign. It negates the value of a number. If a result is positive it makes it negative, and if it is negative it makes positive
- deg ' " : used to convert between decimal degrees and degree, minute, second.
- rcl : used In conjunction with a memory location, recalls the contents of the memory ( if there is one memory M, extracts what is in M and displays it)
- sto: used in conjunction with the name of a memory register, stores a result or an entry in the relevant memory.
- M+ adds the content of the display to the constant memory M

Jan 13, 2010 | Casio FX-115ES Scientific Calculator

I think I'm reading this correctly. In your exponent, you are dividing 23 by 206. If so, enter in the calculator the following way:

6.02 x 10 ^(23/206) and then the enter/= key. You should get an answer of 8. The ^ key is 4 keys above the "on" key. You must use parentheses around the fractional exponenet

6.02 x 10 ^(23/206) and then the enter/= key. You should get an answer of 8. The ^ key is 4 keys above the "on" key. You must use parentheses around the fractional exponenet

Aug 07, 2009 | Texas Instruments TI-30XA Calculator

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