Math (and note to DAMON)

1. 0.24% as a decimal?

Is it 0.0024?

2. 135% as a decimal?

Is it 1.35?

3. 1/5% as a decimal?

Is it 0.2?

4. fraction equivalent to 0.75% is...

Is it 3/4?

5. mixed number equivalent to 420% is...

Is it 4 1/5?

6. percent equivalent to 5/1,000 is...

Is it 0.5%

7. percent equivalent to 5 4/5 is...

Is it 580%?

8. percent equivalent to 0.0045 is...

Is it 0.45%?

9. percent equivalent to 3 is...

Is it 0.03%?

For question 4, it asks me for a fraction. Not a decimal. The answers...

a. 3/4
b. 3/400
c. 3/40

Thanks for anyone who helps me look at this. =] I appreciate it!

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  1. I saw your response, Damon, and saw your responses. So, forget these questions, 9 and 4 1/4 as a percent.

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  2. #3
    1/5 = .2
    so 1/5 % = .2 % = .002

    #4
    .75 %
    = .75/100
    = 75/10000
    = 3/400 , -------- your 3/4 would be 75%

    9.
    since 1 ---> 100%
    3 ----> 300%

    the rest are correct

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  3. So, 3/400 is 0.75% and 3/4 is 75%? Or, am I just doing random math and didn't get it?

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  4. you got it

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  5. 24% = the same as 0.24

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  6. thanks or whatever

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