# How do you write 43/100 in decimal?

May 9, 2018

0.43

#### Explanation:

As we know, the number of zeros in the denominator decides the number of digits after the decimal point in the numerator.

For eg. $\frac{123}{10}$

Here, there is only 1 zero so only 1 digit would be there after decimal, i.e 12. 3

Now applying this in the question, we get

$\frac{43}{100}$ = 0. 43

As there are 2 zeros in the denominator so 2 digits ( in bold) would be there after decimal.