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posted by Erma .
WHAT IS 28 AS A DECIMAL AND PERCENT?
umm...thats not possible....28=28.0.....???? what is it on? Homework? is the question exactly how you said it??
It says..
What is 28 in a percent then change it to a decimal.
and yes its homework
So its 28.0 and 28%
???_???? how can 28 be a percent? percent to what????it has to be out of something, like 28 out of 100 or something....but yes 28=28.0
okay that's all i need thank u!!
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If you mean what 28% is when converted to a decimal, that answer is 0.28 not 28.0.
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