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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layman's term for right patellar region

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The layman's term for right patellar region is the right KNEECAP.

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layman's term for left e left antecubital

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The left antecubital is the area just in front of the elbow on the left arm. It is the area most commonly used to draw blood.

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The left antecubital is the area where your doctor common draws blood. It is just in front of the left elbow.

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