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## What is 9 tenths as a decimal?

Answer: 9/10 as a decimal is expressed as 0.9.

**How much is 9 tenth?**

9 times ten percent is 90% .

**Is 0.9 the same as 9 tenths?**

Every place value after the decimal point can be expressed as a fraction with 10 to some power in the denominator. The first place after the decimal point is called the “tenths place” If I had 0.9 , I would have 9 tenths, or as a fraction 910 . The second place after the decimal is called the “hundredths place”.

### What is 9% as a decimal?

Percent to decimal conversion table

Percent | Decimal |
---|---|

7% | 0.07 |

8% | 0.08 |

9% | 0.09 |

10% | 0.1 |

**What is 9/10 as a decimal and percent?**

9/10 as a decimal is 0.9.

**What is 9/10 in a fraction?**

Reduce 9/10 to lowest terms 910 is already in the simplest form. It can be written as 0.9 in decimal form (rounded to 6 decimal places).

#### What is 9 over 16 as a decimal?

0.5625

Answer: 9/16 as a decimal is 0.5625.

**What is 10 as a decimal?**

0.1

Answer: 10% as a decimal is equal to 0.1.

**What is 9/20 as a decimal?**

0.45

Answer: 9/20 as a decimal is 0.45.

## What is 9 16 in the simplest form?

916 is already in the simplest form. It can be written as 0.5625 in decimal form (rounded to 6 decimal places).

**How do you write seven tenths as decimal?**

For example, to convert the fraction 7/10 to a decimal, first read the fraction as “7 tenths”. Next, since the tenths place is one place to the right of the decimal point, 7 tenths can be written as the decimal 0.7.

**What is nineteen hundredths as a decimal?**

19 hundredths means that if you divide something into one hundred equal parts, 19 hundredths is 19 of those parts that you just divided up. Since 19 hundredths is 19 over one hundred, 19 hundredths as a Fraction is 19/100. If you divide 19 by one hundred you get 19 hundredths as a decimal which is 0.19.

### What decimal is the same as one tenth?

We can link multiplication of decimals to common fractions because we know that 0.1 (one tenth) is the same as 1/10, or 1 ÷ 10. Similarly, we can expand the way we record decimals to gain an understanding of the size of answers because we know that 0.1 is the same as 1 x 0.1, or 1 ÷ 10.

**How do you round percents to the nearest tenth?**

To change any decimal to a percent, you multiply the decimal by #100#.. In order to round to the nearest tenth, you examine the value in the hundredths place to determine whether or not the number in the tenths place will be kept or rounded up. However, there is no hundredths place in this case, so you are not able to round.