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Asked Aug 22, 2019

Please show me how to work out 0.145÷0.5

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Step 1

We can remove the decimal from both the given numbers as shown below:

145
0.145
1000
5
and
0.5
10
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145 0.145 1000 5 and 0.5 10

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Step 2

Now, let us now perform the division:

0.145 0.5
0.145
0.5
145
1000
11
10
145 x 10
5 x 1000
5 x 29 x 10
5 x 1000
29
100
= .29
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0.145 0.5 0.145 0.5 145 1000 11 10 145 x 10 5 x 1000 5 x 29 x 10 5 x 1000 29 100 = .29

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Step 3

Also, by long division method, we can get...

0.29
0.145
0.1
0.5 0.045
0.045
0
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0.29 0.145 0.1 0.5 0.045 0.045 0

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