# What is the equivalent of 30%?

## What is the equivalent of 30%?

Common percentage to decimal numbers to fractions conversions

chart for: Percentage conversions
Percent equals Decimal № equals Fraction equals
20% 0.2 1⁄5
25% 0.25 1⁄4
30% 0.3 3⁄10

## What was invented in India?

11 Great Inventions We Can Thank India For

• The Zero. The biggest and the most important contribution to the history of mathematics was ‘Zero’, which is literally nothing, but without it, there would have been no binary system and subsequently, no computers.
• The Ayurveda.
• The USB (Universal Serial Bus)
• Board games.
• Yoga.
• Buttons.
• Cataract surgery.
• Natural fibres.

Who is the best physicist in the world?

The others are (1) Albert Einstein, (2) Isaac Newton, (3) James Clerk Maxwell, (4) Niels Bohr, (5) Werner Heisenberg, (6) Galileo Galilei, (8) Paul Dirac, (9) Erwin Schrödinger, and (10) Ernest Rutherford.

Who is the smartest physicist?

Albert Einstein was a German-born theoretical physicist and philosopher of science whose estimated IQ scores range from 205 to 225 by different measures. He is best known for his mass–energy equivalence formula E = mc2 which has been called the world’s most famous equation.

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### Why physics is important in our life?

Physics, or the study of matter, energy, and the interactions between them, helps us to understand the laws and rules that govern the physical world. Not every student will grow up and study physics on a deeper level, but everyone uses basic physics concepts to navigate everyday life.

Is Pi a normal number?

No digit or sequence is “favored”. A number is said to be absolutely normal if it is normal in all integer bases greater than or equal to 2. It is widely believed that the (computable) numbers √2, π, and e are normal, but a proof remains elusive.

How many digits are in PI so far?

31 trillion digits

## Who is the biggest scientist in India?

Famous Indian scientists list

• Srinivasa Ramanujan (1887-1920)
• CV.
• Prafulla Chandra Ray (1861-1944)
• Har Gobind Khorana (1922-2011)
• S.S.