What is 0.01% as a fraction and a decimal?

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Answered: Mix fraction to decimals

1/8 = .125 so the problem becomes 4.27 - 2.125. It may help you to write it 4.270 (with an extra zero here after the number, as long as it is after the decimal point) - 2.125 __________

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.6976744 = 1/1.4333333 = 1/(4/3+1/10) = 30/(40+3)=30/43 which comes out to .6976744 to 7 places. Or as OronD said, it is 6,976,744/10,000,000 but reduced to lowest terms it is 872,093/1,250,000.

Answered: Converting fractions to percents.

5/9 = 0.5555555556 * 100 = 55. and all that repeating nonsense, so.... 55.5 Percents are usually restrained in thus case to two integers, so... 56% ====

Answered: How to write .1% as a fraction and decimal?

it is simplest form i can describe .1% = .1/100 = 1/1000 = .001
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