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## How do you say 0.12 in words?

How to Write Out Number 0.12 in Words: twelve hundredth in (US) American English, Number Converted (Spelled Out) to Words.

## What are the 3 types of decimals?

There are three types of decimal numbers:

• Terminating decimals: these have a finite number of digits after the decimal point.
• Recurring decimals: these have one or more repeating numbers or sequences of numbers after the decimal point, which continue infinitely.

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## What is a decimal number?

In algebra, a decimal number can be defined as a number whose whole number part and the fractional part is separated by a decimal point. The dot in a decimal number is called a decimal point. The digits following the decimal point show a value smaller than one.

## What is 2 over 3 as a decimal?

How to Write 3/2 as a Decimal?

Fraction Decimal Percentage
3/2 1.5 150%
3/3 1 100%
3/4 0.75 75%
3/5 0.6 60%

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## How do you read decimal numbers?

The first method entails reading off the digits of a decimal number. For instance, a decimal number such as: 0.005 is read as “zero point zero, zero, five” and 4.2 is read as “four, point two.” 578 is written and read as twenty-five, point five seven eight. 14 is written and read as seven thousand, point one four.

## Is 2/5 a repeating or terminating decimal?

If they are made up of 2s and/or 5s, the decimal will terminate. If the prime factors of the denominator contain any other numbers, the decimal will recur. Some decimals are irrational, which means that the decimals go on forever but not in a pattern (they are not recurring).

## How do you work out 5/8 as a decimal?

5/8 as a decimal is 0.625.

## What is 10% as a decimal?

Example Values

Percent Decimal Fraction
1% 0.01 1/100
5% 0.05 1/20
10% 0.1 1/10
12½% 0.125 1/8

## How do you write a decimal?

To write a fraction as a decimal, divide the numerator (top) of the fraction by the denominator (bottom) of the fraction. Use long division, if necessary, and note where to place the decimal point in your answer. For example, to write as a decimal, divide 3 by 5, which will result in 0.6.