# about 0.04 in a sentence

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Any albedo in visible light falls within a range of about 0.9 for fresh snow to **about 0.04** for charcoal, one of the darkest substances.

2.
The current concentration is **about 0.04**% (412 ppm) by volume, having risen from pre-industrial levels of 280 ppm.

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Today the city has around 200 Jewish inhabitants (**about 0.04**% of the population).

4.
From the onset of the crash, the entire deployment and inflation process is **about 0.04** seconds.

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There are 13 individuals (or **about 0.04**% of the population) who are Jewish, and 917 (or about 2.78% of the population) who are Muslim.

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Serious complications with mifepristone are rare with **about 0.04**%-0.9% requiring hospitalization and 0.05% requiring blood transfusion.

7.
There were 5 individuals (or **about 0.04**% of the population) who were Jewish, and 502 (or about 3.64% of the population) who were Islamic.

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Outside these lines the local scale factor is greater than 1, and is **about 0.04**% too large near the east and west coasts.

9.
The party won 1,620 votes in the March 2007 general election, or **about 0.04**% of the popular vote.

10.
There were 3 individuals (or **about 0.04**% of the population) who were Jewish, and 266 (or about 3.45% of the population) who were Islamic.

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There were 3 individuals (or **about 0.04**% of the population) who were Jewish, and 160 (or about 2.37% of the population) who were Islamic.

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There were 2 individuals (or **about 0.04**% of the population) who were Jewish, and 281 (or about 5.04% of the population) who were Islamic.

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An exception is the ER collet which typically has a working range of 1 mm (**about 0.04** in).

14. Competition for seigniorage drove the value of the money down to about $0.04 per ShSo (1000) note, approximately the commodity cost.

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Gliese 581b is **about 0.04** AU from its sun.

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There were 2 individuals (or **about 0.04**% of the population) who were Jewish, and 51 (or about 1.13% of the population) who were Muslim.

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There were 2 individuals (or **about 0.04**% of the population) who were Jewish, and 273 (or about 6.00% of the population) who are Islamic.

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There were 6 individuals (or **about 0.04**% of the population) who were Jewish, and 275 (or about 2.04% of the population) who were Islamic.

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There were 3 individuals (or **about 0.04**% of the population) who were Jewish, and 619 (or about 8.29% of the population) who were Islamic.

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There are 4 individuals (or **about 0.04**% of the population) who are Jewish, and 666 (or about 7.15% of the population) who are Islamic.

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The Indian community number around 30,000, or **about 0.04**% of the population.

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Its yield is low (**about 0.04**%), as it is near the lower end of the mass range for fission products.

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The width of the adult shell is **about 0.04** inch, the height is 0.065 inch.

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The holes in the oil pickup screen measure **about 0.04** square inches (0.26 cm).

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Tapis is very light, with an API gravity of 43°-45°, and very sweet, with only **about 0.04**% sulfur.

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The brightness of φ Draconis varies by **about 0.04** magnitudes every 1.7 days.

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The current neighborhood covers **about 0.04** square miles.

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Its surface area is **about 0.04** kilometres (0.025 mi).There is a ramp from west to east of the islet and the east side is a high cliff.

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the magma output that created the Ngatemato and Taukina chains when summed up is **about 0.04** cubic kilometres per year (0.0096 cu mi/a).

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In spite of the very low number of unqualfied containers (**about 0.04** percent), this figure represented almost 22,000 in the first year.

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