# How to convert 350/100 into a percent and decimal

Answer: to convert 350/100 into a percent you need to know that 1/100 is 100 percent. therefore 350/100 should be 350%.

to convert 350/100 into a decimal you need to know that 1/100 is 0.01.
therefore 350/100 should be 3.50

## Related Questions

When multiplying exponents, what do you do when both the exponent and the base are different?

Oh wait now  i know what you mean, when you see the exponent you multiply the base by the same number that it is by the exponent.
Example:
10(8)
10*10*10*10*10*10*10*10  You multiply 10 by its self 8 times. Hope this helps! :D

Label each pair of triangles with the postulate or theorem that proves the triangles are congruent.

We can conclude that Δ GHI ≅ Δ JKL by SAS postulate.

Step-by-step explanation:

Δ GHI and Δ JKL are congruents because:

1. Their sides GH and JK are equal (9 units = 9 units)

2. Their included angles ∠G and ∠J are equal (62° = 62°)

3. Their sides GI and JL are equal (17 units = 17 units)

Now, we can conclude that Δ GHI ≅ Δ JKL by SAS postulate.

lin has 8 green apples and 2 red apples .if he slices the green apples in eighths ,how many apple slices will he have ?

64 because each apple is sliced into 8ths and there are 8 apples so 8x8=64

Amber is using 3 ft by14 ft sheets or wallpaper to cover a rectangular wall that has an area of 240ft^2. What is the least number of sheets of wallpaper she will need?

3ft x 14ft = 42ft^2

240ft^2
----------
42ft^2

5.7

So she needs 6 sheets.

Write an equation that involves multiplication, contains a variable, and has a solution of 5. Then write another equation that has the same solution and includes the same variable and numbers but use divison.

x=5

to do reverse multiplcation, you must divide so
x=5
x/10=5/10
x/10=1/2

then the other problem
x=5
5x=25

to solvve

x/10=1/2
multiply by 10
x=5

then
5x=25
divide both sides by 5
x=5

B×3=53÷b=5I beleive that these would work for the standards you have set.

How can i to write 914 as a decimal rounded to the nearest hundredth.