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  • 4 years ago

Write 98.98% as a decimal 9without the percent symbol).

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    .9898

  2. anonymous
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    move the decimal over two places i believe

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    0.9898

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    .9898

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    Thanks yall!

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    because (0.9898)*100% will give you the percent. so to do the reverse, you divide by 100%

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    Oh, thank you matt =) that helps a lot.

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    100% is considered 1.00 so anything less than that is considered a percentage.

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    y'houre hwelcome

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