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<p>The square root of 0.007 is 0.08366600265340755. See below the step-by-step solution:</p>
<p>In this case we are going to use the <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.deltacollege.edu/dept/basicmath/Babylonian.htm">Babylonian Method</a> to get the square root of any positive number.</p>
<p>Step 1: </p>
<pre><code>Divide the number (0.007) by 2 to get the first guess for the square root .
First guess = 0.007/2 = 0.0035.
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<p>Step 2:</p>
<pre><code>Divide 0.007 by the previous result. d = 0.007/0.0035 = 2.
Average this value (d) with that of step1: (2 + 0.0035)/2 = 1.00175 (New guess).
Error = current value - previous value = 0.0035 - 1.00175 = 0.99825.
0.99825 > 0.0001. So, error > precision. Let's repeat this step again.
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<p>Step 3:</p>
<pre><code>Divide 0.007 by the previous result. d = 0.007/1.00175 = 0.006988.
Average this value (d) with that of step2: (0.006988 + 1.00175)/2 = 0.504369 (New guess).
Error = current value - previous value = 1.00175 - 0.504369 = 0.49738099999999996.
0.49738099999999996 > 0.0001. So, error > precision. Let's repeat this step again.
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<p>Step 4:</p>
<pre><code>Divide 0.007 by the previous result. d = 0.007/0.504369 = 0.013879.
Average this value (d) with that of step3: (0.013879 + 0.504369)/2 = 0.259124 (New guess).
Error = current value - previous value = 0.504369 - 0.259124 = 0.24524499999999994.
0.24524499999999994 > 0.0001. So, error > precision. Let's repeat this step again.
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<p>Step 5:</p>
<pre><code>Divide 0.007 by the previous result. d = 0.007/0.259124 = 0.027014.
Average this value (d) with that of step4: (0.027014 + 0.259124)/2 = 0.143069 (New guess).
Error = current value - previous value = 0.259124 - 0.143069 = 0.11605500000000002.
0.11605500000000002 > 0.0001. So, error > precision. Let's repeat this step again.
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<p>Step 6:</p>
<pre><code>Divide 0.007 by the previous result. d = 0.007/0.143069 = 0.048927.
Average this value (d) with that of step5: (0.048927 + 0.143069)/2 = 0.095998 (New guess).
Error = current value - previous value = 0.143069 - 0.095998 = 0.047071.
0.047071 > 0.0001. So, error > precision. Let's repeat this step again.
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<p>Step 7:</p>
<pre><code>Divide 0.007 by the previous result. d = 0.007/0.095998 = 0.072918.
Average this value (d) with that of step6: (0.072918 + 0.095998)/2 = 0.084458 (New guess).
Error = current value - previous value = 0.095998 - 0.084458 = 0.011539999999999995.
0.011539999999999995 > 0.0001. So, error > precision. Let's repeat this step again.
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<p>Step 8:</p>
<pre><code>Divide 0.007 by the previous result. d = 0.007/0.084458 = 0.082881.
Average this value (d) with that of step7: (0.082881 + 0.084458)/2 = 0.08367 (New guess).
Error = current value - previous value = 0.084458 - 0.08367 = 0.0007880000000000109.
0.0007880000000000109 > 0.0001. So, error > precision. Let's repeat this step again.
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<p>Step 9:</p>
<pre><code>Divide 0.007 by the previous result. d = 0.007/0.08367 = 0.083662.
Average this value (d) with that of step8: (0.083662 + 0.08367)/2 = 0.083666 (New guess).
Error = current value - previous value = 0.08367 - 0.083666 = 0.0000039999999999901226.
0.0000039999999999901226 <= 0.0001. So, error <= precision. We can now stop and use 0.083666 as the square root.
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<p>Finally, the <strong>square root of 0.007 is 0.083666</strong> with an error smaller than 0.0001.</p>
Other - Mathhttp://www.questiun.com/10640/square-root-of-0-07-in-detailed-form?show=10697#a10697Fri, 30 Dec 2016 19:17:00 +0000Answered: what is 512% in decimal
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<p>512% = 5.12 in decimal form.</p>
<p>Details:<br>
Percent means 'per 100'. So, 512% means 512 per 100 or simply 512/100.<br>
If you divide 512 by 100, you get 5.12 (a decimal number).</p>
Other - Mathhttp://www.questiun.com/10599/what-is-512%25-in-decimal?show=10690#a10690Thu, 29 Dec 2016 19:45:48 +0000Answered: What is 40/26 converted into a mixed number?
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<p>The fraction 40/26 is equivalent to 1 7/13.</p>
<p>This fraction is a IMPROPER FRACTION once the absolute value of the top number or numerator (40) is greater than the absolute value of the bottom number or denomintor (26). So, the equivalent fraction is a MIXED NUMBER which is made up of a whole number (1) and proper fraction (7/13).</p>
<p>The fraction 40/26 is equal to 40รท26 and can also be expressed in decimal form as 1.538462.</p>
Other - Mathhttp://www.questiun.com/10635/what-is-40-26-converted-into-a-mixed-number?show=10689#a10689Thu, 29 Dec 2016 19:44:02 +0000Answered: If I spend 78.37 dollars and there's 20% off now how much is my total
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<p>The question in other words is: what is 20 percent-off $78.37? Find the amount of discount.</p>
<p>Solution:</p>
<p>Replacing the given values in formula below we have:</p>
<p>Amount Saved = Original Price x Discount in Percent / 100. So,</p>
<p>Amount Saved = 78.37 x 20 / 100 <br>
Amount Saved = 1567.4 / 100 <br>
Amount Saved = $15.67 (answer).</p>
<p>In other words, a 20% discount for a item with original price of $78.37 is equal to $15.674 (Amount Saved).</p>
<p>Note that to find the amount saved, just multiply it by the percentage and divide by 100.</p>
Other - Mathhttp://www.questiun.com/10643/spend-78-37-dollars-and-theres-20%25-off-now-how-much-is-my-total?show=10688#a10688Thu, 29 Dec 2016 17:48:54 +0000Answered: In pie there is 1/4 cup of sugar how much sugar would be in each piece if theres 5
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<p>The question asks in other words: in a pie there is 1/4 cup of sugar. How much sugar in 1/5 of the pizza?</p>
<p>The answer should be 1/5 of 1/4. In fraction language it is written as:</p>
<p>1/5 x 1/4 = (1 x 1) /(5 x 4) = 1/20 of a cup of sugar in each pizza slice.</p>
Other - Mathhttp://www.questiun.com/10614/pie-there-is-cup-sugar-how-much-sugar-would-each-piece-theres?show=10687#a10687Thu, 29 Dec 2016 17:44:33 +0000Answered: What is 1/3 of 20/21.
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<p>To find the answer, just multiply one fraction by the other one</p>
<p>20/21 x 1/3 = (20 x 1) / (21 x 3) = 20/ 63 = 0.31746 (as a decimal).</p>
Other - Mathhttp://www.questiun.com/10653/what-is-1-3-of-20-21?show=10686#a10686Thu, 29 Dec 2016 17:39:02 +0000What is 3/5 of 20/21.
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Other - Mathhttp://www.questiun.com/10654/what-is-3-5-of-20-21Tue, 06 Sep 2016 09:26:46 +0000How to find 90% of 29
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Show how to find 90% of 29Other - Mathhttp://www.questiun.com/10641/how-to-find-90%25-of-29Sat, 03 Sep 2016 15:14:49 +0000How to find 90% of 29
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Show how to find 90% of 29Other - Mathhttp://www.questiun.com/10642/how-to-find-90%25-of-29Sat, 03 Sep 2016 15:13:23 +0000Answered: how are 4/6 and 10/15 equivalent?
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<p>Two fractions are equivalent when they are equal when reduced to the lowet terms.</p>
<p>Dividing both numerator and denominator by 2 we get $\frac{4}{6} = \frac{2}{3}$</p>
<p>Dividing both numerator and denominator by 5 we get $\frac{10}{15} = \frac{2}{3}$ </p>
<p>So, as we can see, $\frac{4}{6}$ is equivalent to $\frac{10}{15}$.</p>
Other - Mathhttp://www.questiun.com/10572/how-are-4-6-and-10-15-equivalent?show=10618#a10618Fri, 26 Aug 2016 23:52:20 +0000Gcf of 36 72
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Other - Mathhttp://www.questiun.com/10594/gcf-of-36-72Fri, 26 Aug 2016 02:02:22 +0000How many meters are in 5.6 know kilometers
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