The decimal 0.362 as a percentage would be 36.2 per cent. The maths for working out such problems like this in the future is easier than you may think.

If you consider decimal numbers, you will know that they exist between the parameters of 0 (being the lowest) and 1 (being the highest). You should also consider that a percentage actually means "per 100”

So take for example 0.5 as a decimal number. If 0.5 is exactly half way between the lowest parameter of 0 and the highest parameter of 1, then you would consider 0.5 as a half. So if we want to look at this as a percentage, then a half of 100 would be 50. This then means that the decimal number 0.5 translates directly to 50 per cent. So without the percentage symbol, it would be like saying 50/100.

However the easiest way to convert decimal numbers in percentages is simply by multiplying them by 100 and moving the decimal point two places to the right. So going back to our 0.5 example, if you multiply 0.5 by 100 you will get 50. Each time you multiply by 10, you would move the decimal point one place to the right (0.5 x 10 = 5 and then 5 x 10 = 50)

So take this idea and apply it to 0.362. Multiplying 0.362 by 100 will move the decimal point in the number two places to the right. This would then take you directly to 36.2 per cent. This also works by breaking it down into multiplying 0.362 by 10 (giving 3.62) and then multiplying the product of that by 10 again (3.62 multiplied by 10 gives 36.2)

It really is that simple and I hope this helps you with any other conversions you may have to calculate in the future.

If you consider decimal numbers, you will know that they exist between the parameters of 0 (being the lowest) and 1 (being the highest). You should also consider that a percentage actually means "per 100”

So take for example 0.5 as a decimal number. If 0.5 is exactly half way between the lowest parameter of 0 and the highest parameter of 1, then you would consider 0.5 as a half. So if we want to look at this as a percentage, then a half of 100 would be 50. This then means that the decimal number 0.5 translates directly to 50 per cent. So without the percentage symbol, it would be like saying 50/100.

However the easiest way to convert decimal numbers in percentages is simply by multiplying them by 100 and moving the decimal point two places to the right. So going back to our 0.5 example, if you multiply 0.5 by 100 you will get 50. Each time you multiply by 10, you would move the decimal point one place to the right (0.5 x 10 = 5 and then 5 x 10 = 50)

So take this idea and apply it to 0.362. Multiplying 0.362 by 100 will move the decimal point in the number two places to the right. This would then take you directly to 36.2 per cent. This also works by breaking it down into multiplying 0.362 by 10 (giving 3.62) and then multiplying the product of that by 10 again (3.62 multiplied by 10 gives 36.2)

It really is that simple and I hope this helps you with any other conversions you may have to calculate in the future.