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anonymous

  • 5 years ago

25 over 25 as a decimal step by step please

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  1. anonymous
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    1, no decimal needed...

  2. anonymous
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    25 is a multiple of it self so, 25/25 reduces to 1/1 thus 25/25 = 1

  3. anonymous
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    as a decimal the answer key says .96%

  4. anonymous
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    Something divided by itself is always 1, is there more to the problem?

  5. anonymous
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    no

  6. anonymous
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    (well 0/0 and \[\infty/\infty\] are a couple exceptions where that rule goes crazy)

  7. anonymous
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    24over25 as a percent?

  8. anonymous
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    how do they get 96%?

  9. anonymous
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    There ya go, 24/25 would make sence for .96 Think of it as (24/25)*4/100

  10. anonymous
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    sense*

  11. anonymous
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    24 times 4? 25 times 4=?

  12. anonymous
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    right you are trying to make it into a similar number to 96/100=.96%

  13. anonymous
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    so to get 25 to equal 100 you need to take 25*4. Thus you would also need to take 24*4 to get the correct numerator.

  14. anonymous
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    and a number divided by 100 is easily made into a percentage just by shifting the decimal place to places to the left

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