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# What is 400.6 in thousands?

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1. For a economics question it asks for the percentage change in the size of the population. It is speaking about 2006 and 2013. The figures for 2006 are 60827100 and for 2013 400.6
I know the answer is 5.39 but how do I get there since 400.6 IS NOT 400600
2. (Original post by alevelssuck_)
For a economics question it asks for the percentage change in the size of the population. It is speaking about 2006 and 2013. The figures for 2006 are 60827100 and for 2013 400.6
I know the answer is 5.39 but how do I get there since 400.6 IS NOT 400600
If there's a table or sometthing like that that says that all numbers are (thousands) and you have 400.6 thousands, what is that number?

(Alternatively, you can just take the numbers directly since they have a common factor of 1000 but that's when you're confident in what you are doing.)

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