Write the following decimals in words

1. 0.0478

2. 0.1435

3. 0.3205

4. 0.4784

5. 0.0497

1. Four Hundred Seventy-Eight Ten Thousandths

2. One Thousand Four Hundred Thirty Five Ten Thousandths.

3. Three Thousand Two Hundred Five Ten Thousandths.

4. Four thousand Seven Hundred Eighty Four Ten Thousandths.

5. Four Hundred Ninety Seven Ten Thousandths.

OR

1. Zero point zero four seven eight.

2. Zero point one four three five

3. Zero point three two zero five

4. Zero point four seven eight four

5. Zero point zero four nine seven

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

you already had the decimal, and it represents 156 1000ths . 156 39

____to simplify divide both by a common # like 4 = _____

1000 250

or 39/250ths

to go back to decimal take 39 and divide by 250= .156

hope this helps.

____to simplify divide both by a common # like 4 = _____

1000 250

or 39/250ths

to go back to decimal take 39 and divide by 250= .156

hope this helps.

Feb 18, 2015 | Fast Rabbit Software Master Math Word...

In spoken or written words 0.008 would be Eight Thousandths.

Oct 29, 2014 | Office Equipment & Supplies

Use the words: decimal part, not decimal fractin

**Any number whose decimal part is periodic (has a recurring pattern that repeats indefinitely) is equivalent to a rational number, IS a rational number**

0.345 345 345 ... =345/999=115/333

In the following screen captures, discard the last digit if it does not belong to a period. It is the effect of rounding up of the calculator

**Period is 345**

**Period is 1**

Period is**09**

Period is** 79**

In general, if you have a decimal part of the form 0.d_1 d_2 d_3....d_n d_1 d_2 d_3 ...d_n ... where d_1 is the first digit of the period, d_2 is the 2nd digit of the period, ..., d_n is the n-th digit (and the last one) of the period, then the fraction representation of

0.**d_1d_2...d_n** d_1d_2... d_n ...=(**d_1d_2...d_n**)/(99...9) where the number of 9's in the denominator is equal to the number of digits in the period.

Once the fraction is found, one should reduce it to its simplest form.

0.345 345 345 ... =345/999=115/333

In the following screen captures, discard the last digit if it does not belong to a period. It is the effect of rounding up of the calculator

Period is

Period is

In general, if you have a decimal part of the form 0.d_1 d_2 d_3....d_n d_1 d_2 d_3 ...d_n ... where d_1 is the first digit of the period, d_2 is the 2nd digit of the period, ..., d_n is the n-th digit (and the last one) of the period, then the fraction representation of

0.

Once the fraction is found, one should reduce it to its simplest form.

Mar 02, 2014 | Office Equipment & Supplies

Decimal is the base-10 notational system for representing real numbers. The expression of a number using the decimal
system is called its decimal expansion,
examples of which include 1, 13, 2028, 12.1, and 3.14159.

Each of the arabic numerals 0 to 9 is called a decimal digit, and the period placed to the right of the units place in a decimal number is called
the decimal point (or, in the
case that a comma is instead used for this purpose, the decimal comma).

The **decimal** is a way of managing numbers that has ten as a starting point, or base. It is sometimes called the **base ten** or **denary**
numeral system. The word "decimal" is also used instead of the word
"period" to point out the dot that is sometimes used separates the
positions of the numbers in this system. Almost everyone uses this nowadays and prefers the convenience of it probably because it shows up most often in calculations in nature and has "one" as another starting point for the system. The number one is usually the easiest to work with in calculations.

You may go to the link below for decimal tutorial:

http://www.algebra1help.com/flash/noflash/3.html

Jun 16, 2011 | Computers & Internet

Hi,

You need to change the display format.

Press the [MODE] key a certain number of times until the screen displays Fix, Sci, Norm on one line, and 1 2 3 on the next line, with 1 under Fix, 2 under Sci and 3 under Norm.

Press 1 (Fix) followed by a number (1,2,3, etc.) This second number will set the number of decimal digits. In other words, if you press 1 (Fix) 3 all your results will have 3 decimal digits. If you choose 0, your results will not show decimals.

Hope it helps.

Thank you for rating the solution.

You need to change the display format.

Press the [MODE] key a certain number of times until the screen displays Fix, Sci, Norm on one line, and 1 2 3 on the next line, with 1 under Fix, 2 under Sci and 3 under Norm.

Press 1 (Fix) followed by a number (1,2,3, etc.) This second number will set the number of decimal digits. In other words, if you press 1 (Fix) 3 all your results will have 3 decimal digits. If you choose 0, your results will not show decimals.

Hope it helps.

Thank you for rating the solution.

Dec 04, 2009 | Casio FX-300MS Calculator

Hi,

You need to change the display format.

Press the [MODE] key a certain number of times until the screen displays** Fix, Sci, Norm **on one line, and **1 2 3 **on the next line, with 1
under Fix, 2 under Sci and 3 under Norm.

Press 1 (Fix) followed by a number (1,2,3, etc.) This second number will set the number of decimal digits. In other words, if you press 1 (Fix) 3 all your results will have 3 decimal digits. If you choose 0, your results will not show decimals.

Hope it helps.

Thank you for rating the solution.

You need to change the display format.

Press the [MODE] key a certain number of times until the screen displays

Press 1 (Fix) followed by a number (1,2,3, etc.) This second number will set the number of decimal digits. In other words, if you press 1 (Fix) 3 all your results will have 3 decimal digits. If you choose 0, your results will not show decimals.

Hope it helps.

Thank you for rating the solution.

Nov 05, 2009 | Casio FX-300MS Calculator

The function is called ROUND. It has 2 arguments, (1) the original number and (2) the number of decimal digits. Here is the Excel's help:
ROUND(number,num_digits)
The number you want to round.
• None.
num_digits The number of digits to which you want to round number.
• If num_digits is greater than 0 (zero), then number is rounded to the specified number of decimal places.
• If num_digits is 0, then number is rounded to the nearest integer.
• If num_digits is less than 0, then number is rounded to the left of the decimal point.

So for your case use this in a cell "=ROUND(12350*32.75%, 0)" without quotes, where I assume one or both numbers will come from other cells. -Ken

So for your case use this in a cell "=ROUND(12350*32.75%, 0)" without quotes, where I assume one or both numbers will come from other cells. -Ken

Aug 29, 2009 | Microsoft Office Excel 2007

Follow these steps to check for problems on the machine you cannot access.

1) Open the registry editor on the machine you cannot connect to by clicking on Start, Run

2) Type REGEDIT and press Enter

3) Click on the plus signs (+) next to the following entries

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE

SYSTEM

CurrentControlSet

Services

Lanmanserver

Parameters

4) In the right-hand portion of the Registry Editor look for a key called IRPStackSize

5) If the key exists, double-click on it and increase the decimal value to 15 and click OK. Close the Registry Editor, reboot the computer and try to connect to the network share. If you are still unable to connect follow the above steps again and increase the decimal number for IRPStackSize by 5 and try again. Continue to do this until the stack size is large enough to permit access. Personally, I had to increase the number to 25 before I could connect. The decimal range for the parameter is between 11 and 50.

6) If the IRPStackSize key DOES NOT exist in the right-hand column of the registry editor, then click on right-click in the blank area in the right-hand column and choose New

7) Then Click on D-Word under the Key column

8) In the Name of the new key, type the name IRPStackSize and press Enter. Type the name with the correct capitalization as shown above.

9) Now double-click on the IRPStackSize key and type 15 in the value data box and place a dot next to Decimal then click Ok.

10) Close the registry editor and reboot the computer. Try to access the network share again. If the same error appears follow the steps above to increase the value and reboot again. Continue this procedure until the problem is resolved. The decimal range for the parameter is between 11 and 50.

1) Open the registry editor on the machine you cannot connect to by clicking on Start, Run

2) Type REGEDIT and press Enter

3) Click on the plus signs (+) next to the following entries

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE

SYSTEM

CurrentControlSet

Services

Lanmanserver

Parameters

4) In the right-hand portion of the Registry Editor look for a key called IRPStackSize

5) If the key exists, double-click on it and increase the decimal value to 15 and click OK. Close the Registry Editor, reboot the computer and try to connect to the network share. If you are still unable to connect follow the above steps again and increase the decimal number for IRPStackSize by 5 and try again. Continue to do this until the stack size is large enough to permit access. Personally, I had to increase the number to 25 before I could connect. The decimal range for the parameter is between 11 and 50.

6) If the IRPStackSize key DOES NOT exist in the right-hand column of the registry editor, then click on right-click in the blank area in the right-hand column and choose New

7) Then Click on D-Word under the Key column

8) In the Name of the new key, type the name IRPStackSize and press Enter. Type the name with the correct capitalization as shown above.

9) Now double-click on the IRPStackSize key and type 15 in the value data box and place a dot next to Decimal then click Ok.

10) Close the registry editor and reboot the computer. Try to access the network share again. If the same error appears follow the steps above to increase the value and reboot again. Continue this procedure until the problem is resolved. The decimal range for the parameter is between 11 and 50.

Oct 18, 2008 | Computers & Internet

Am I doing your homework? lol

1. 0.90

2. 0.56

3. 0.600

4. 0.033

5. 0.071

6. 0.002

7. 0.0258

8. 0.8

9. 0.34

10. 0.0078

1. Nine Tenths.

2. Seventy Eight One Hundredths

3. Ninety Two One Hundredths

4. One Hundred Two One Thousandths

5. Two Hundred Seventy Six One Thousandths

1. 0.90

2. 0.56

3. 0.600

4. 0.033

5. 0.071

6. 0.002

7. 0.0258

8. 0.8

9. 0.34

10. 0.0078

1. Nine Tenths.

2. Seventy Eight One Hundredths

3. Ninety Two One Hundredths

4. One Hundred Two One Thousandths

5. Two Hundred Seventy Six One Thousandths

Jul 06, 2008 | Audio Players & Recorders

The following site solves both issues.

http://www.tvmcalcs.com/calculators/faq/hp10b_faq

http://www.tvmcalcs.com/calculators/faq/hp10b_faq

Apr 24, 2008 | HP 17bII Calculator

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