**Explanation:**

- Change the decimal into a fraction by using the decimal number as the numerator and put 1 as the denominator.
- 0.375 1.
- Move the decimal point of the numerator to the right until it becomes a whole number.
- 0.375 → 375 .

Subsequently, one may also ask, what is 4% in a fraction?

Decimal to fraction conversion table

Decimal | Fraction |
---|---|

0.4 | 2/5 |

0.42857143 | 3/7 |

0.44444444 | 4/9 |

0.5 | 1/2 |

What is 9 percent as a fraction?

Percent to fraction conversion table

Percent | Fraction |
---|---|

1% | 1/100 |

10% | 1/10 |

11.11% | 1/9 |

12.5% | 1/8 |

1

## What is 0.375 as a fraction and percentage?

Decimal to Fraction Chart

Fraction | Decimal | Percent |
---|---|---|

5/6 | 0.8333 | 83.333% |

1/8 | 0.125 | 12.5% |

3/8 | 0.375 | 37.5% |

5/8 | 0.625 | 62.5% |

2

## What is 3 8 of a cup?

Cups

Cups | Tablespoons | Fluid Ounces |
---|---|---|

1/4 cup | 4 tablespoons | 2 fluid ounces |

1/3 cup | 5 tbsp. + 1 tsp. | 2 1/3 fluid ounces |

3/8 cup | 1/4 cup + 2 tbsp. | 3 fluid ounces |

1/2 cup | 8 tablespoons | 4 fluid ounces |

3

## What is half of 3 4?

ORIGINAL AMOUNT | HALF THE AMOUNT | ONE-THIRD THE AMOUNT |
---|---|---|

3/4 cup | 6 tbsp | 1/4 cup |

2/3 cup | 1/3 cup | 3 tbsp + 1-1/2 tsp |

1/2 cup | 1/4 cup | 2 tbsp + 2 tsp |

1/3 cup | 2 tbsp + 2 tsp | 1 tbsp + 1-1/4 tsp |

4

## What is 3 8 in inches?

Decimal equivalents of eights, sixteenths, thirty-seconds and sixty-fourths of an inch

Inches | |
---|---|

fractional | decimal |

1/8 | 0.125 |

1/4 | 0.250 |

3/8 | 0.375 |

5

## What is 3 3 8 as a decimal?

Hi, You can express the fraction

^{3}/_{8}as a decimal by division.Divide 8 into 3 and you get 0.375 not 1.375. I am not sure what you are asking in your**second**question.6

## What is 3 8 of an inch?

Conversion Table from Inches to Millimeters

INCHES | MILLIMETERS |
---|---|

23/64 | 9.1281 |

3/8 | 9.5250 |

25/64 | 9.9219 |

13/32 | 10.3188 |

7

## What is .3125 as a fraction?

Fraction-to-Decimal Conversion Charts

Ounces | Fraction | Decimal |
---|---|---|

2 | 1/8 | .125 |

3 | 3/16 | .1875 |

4 | 1/4 | .25 |

5 | 5/16 | .3125 |

8

## How do I convert a decimal to a fraction?

Step 1:

**Write**down the**decimal**divided by 1, like this:**decimal**1. Step 2: Multiply both top and bottom by 10 for every number after the**decimal**point. (For example, if there are two numbers after the**decimal**point, then use 100, if there are three then use 1000, etc.) Step 3: Simplify (or reduce) the**fraction**.9

## What is 19 32 in inches?

mm to Inch Conversion Chart | ||
---|---|---|

mm | Inches (approximate) | |

15 | 9/16 | 19/32 |

16 | 5/8 | 20/32 |

17 | 11/16 | 21/32 |

10

## What is 7 32 in inches?

Fractional Inches to Decimal Inches and Metric Millimeters

Inches | Metric | |
---|---|---|

Fractional | Decimal | mm |

7/32 | 0.2188 | 5.5563 |

15/64 | 0.2344 | 5.9531 |

. | 0.2362 | 6.0000 |

11

## How thick is 19 32?

The panel thickness shown is nominal. Use

**3/8**for 11/32, ½ for 15/32 and 19/32 for**5/8-inch**thickness. Structural 1 plywood in ½-inch thickness is normally available in 4-ply (Southern pine) panel construction because it is less expensive than the 5-ply (Douglas fir).12

## How thick is 23 32 inches?

The most common sizes of plywood sold in the United States are

**3/4"**,**1/2"**, and**1/4"**. However, that's not exactly correct. A**3/4"**sheet of plywood is really 23/32" (and is now typically labeled as such). Similarly,**1/2"**should be correctly labeled as 15/32" and**1/4"**labeled as 7/32".13

## What thickness is 15 32?

They don't even seem to agree on the actual thickness of plywood. For example, one bit manufacturer says ½-inch plywood is actually

**31/64 inch**thick, while another says it's only 15/32 inch thick.14

## How does plywood have so much strength?

The conifers, or softwood plywoods, generally lack the

**strength**of hardwood species. This makes it**much**stronger over time than hardwood**plywood**since it will not absorb moisture**that**causes**plywood**layers to separate and weaken.15

## How much does a sheet of 3 4 OSB weight?

The weights of osb and plywood are similar: 7/16-inch osb and 1/2-inch plywood weigh in at 46 and

**48 pounds**. However, 3/4-inch Sturd-I-Floor plywood weighs 70 pounds, 10 pounds less than its osb counterpart.