Explain the difference between the "hundreds place" and the "hundredths place".
Which one represents a larger value?

Hundreds place is three places to the left of the decimal. Hundredths place is two places to the right of the decimal. [ Example:for the number 127.5369, there is a 1 in the hundreds place, a 2 in the tens place, a 7 in the ones place, a 5 in the tenths place, a 3 in the hundredths place, a 6 in the thousandths place, and a 9 in the ten thousandths place. ]

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Write the steps for converting an improper fraction to a mixed number. Include a numeric example along with your written steps.
· Is it possible to have a percentage value that is greater than 100%? If yes, give an example. If no, why not?
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Which of the following improper fractions are equivalent to "9"?
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Show the mathematical verification for each one that you feel is equal to "9"
**Weegy:** A. In an improper fraction, the top number, or numerator, is larger than the bottom number, or denominator, making the value of the fraction greater than one. [ You can simplify an improper fraction into a mixed number, which is a whole number followed by a fraction of less than one. The process results in a number that is easier to comprehend, and involves simple division and substitution.
Steps to convert improper fraction to a mixed number ; 1. Divide the numerator of the fraction by the denominator. As an example, assume an improper fraction of 17/3. So 17 divided by 3 is 5 with a remainder of 2.
2. Substitute the remainder of the result from Step 1 for the numerator of the original fraction. In the example, the substitution yields a new fraction of 2/3.
3. Place the new fraction from Step 2 to the right of the whole number result of the division from Step 1 to get the mixed-numeral equivalent of your improper fraction. In the example, the mixed numeral equivalent of 17/3 would be be
5 2/3.
Read more: How to Convert to a Mixed Numeral | eHow.co.uk
B. No , 100% is the total and it is always wrong to express a percentage greater than this or to use a calculation that will yield greater than 1(00%). Per Cent means per 100 and anything greater is wrong, it is a mathematical term for a ratio calculation where the largest value is always the total (100%).
"Percentages larger than 100 can be meant literally (such as "a family must earn at least 125% over the poverty line to sponsor a spouse visa")."
is exactly the kind of statement that is quite wrong and also utterly misleading, what does this mean - poverty line + 25% or poverty line + 125% (which is what it actually states)?
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example of converting an improper fraction to a mixed number.
**Weegy:** See this link the example of converting an improper fraction to a mixed number.
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They are done in correctional facilities to try and keep everyone safe, but there was an uproar about them being enforced in airports. What is taboo about body cavity searches? Relate to the class how you'd feel if you would every have to experience such a search? Is there a certain culture that you have experience with that you were thinking of. Also- do you think they should be used in airports at all?
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