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Circle the decimal which is equivalent to 0.01 percent.
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0.1, 0.01, 0.001, or 0.0001.
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We need to watch out for this really distracting answer choice.
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Just because we have a 0.01 in front of the percent does not mean that it is equivalent to 0.01.
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We know that percent is out of 100.
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And that means 0.01 percent is 0.01 out of 100.
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At this point, if you have access to a calculator, you can divide 0.01 by 100.
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And it should give you a decimal number.
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But there is also something else we can do.
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We can multiply this numerator by 100.
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0.01 times 100 equals one.
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And if we multiply it by 100 in the numerator, we need to multiply it by 100 in the denominator.
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100 times 100 is 10000.
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0.01 percent is the same thing as one ten thousandth.
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We know that the first place after the decimal is the tenths place.
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The second place after the decimal is the hundredths place.
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The third place after the decimal is the thousandths place.
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And the fourth place after the decimal is the ten thousandths place.
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If we have one out of 10000, we have one ten thousandth, which is the fourth option.
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And dividing 0.01 by 100 in the calculator would also yield 0.0001.