Decimals

  Fraction Decimal equivalent
  1/2 0.5
  1/3 0.333
  1/4 0.25
  1/5 0.2
  1/6 0.167
  1/7 0.143
  1/8 0.125
  1/9 0.111
  1/10 0.1
  1/11 0.091
  1/12 0.083
  1/13 0.077
  1/14 0.071
  1/15 0.067
  1/16 0.063
  1/17 0.059
  1/18 0.056
  1/19 0.053
  1/20 0.05
  1/25 0.04
  1/30 0.033
  1/32 0.03125
  1/50 0.02
  1/100 0.01
  1/500 0.002
  1/1000 0.001

International financial encyclopaedia . 2014.

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