How do you convert inches to decimal equivalents?

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One inch is equal to about 2.54 centimeters, so in order to convert to centimeters, multiply an inch measurement by 2.54 centimeters. Metric measurements, using meters and derivatives of meters, are decimal-based measurements.

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1. Multiply the number of mm by 0.03937 to convert to inches. For example, if you have 60 mm, multiply 60 by 0.03937 to get 2.36 in. 2. Divide the number of mm by 25.4 to convert
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A decimal is a way of representing a number in such a way that the place value of any digit is ten times the place value of the digit to its right. It has nothing to to with units
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Simple math. There are 12 inches in one (1) foot. 1 (foot) divided by 12 (inches) equals .08333333333333
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1. Read over the percent-to-decimal problem that needs to be converted. Ad. 2. Take the number you were given and type this number into your calculator. 3. Press the division sign
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To convert a fraction into a decimal, divide the numerator by the denominator. To change terminal decimals into fractions, count the number of decimal places, put the decimal's digits over 1 followed by the proper number of zeroes.
You should simply your fraction after converting from a decimal.
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