Permil specifies the tenth of a percent or one part per thousand. Permil is also spelled as, per mille, or per mill. It is written with ‰ sign and this symbol looks like a fraction with zero in the numerator and a double zero in the denominator ‰. Permil is commonly used in mathematics, and particularly in economics, to indicate parts per thousand.
See the below example to learn how to convert permil values to decimal and meter. Convert 4 permil ( ‰ ) into decimal and meter. From the formula given above, 1‰ = 1⁄1000 = 0.001 decimal Therefore, 4 ‰ = 4 /1000 = 0.004 decimal Let us convert decimal to meter now, By the formula, 1‰ =2.54 x 10-5 m Therefore, 4 ‰ = 4 x 2.54 x 10-5 = 0.000102 m Hence the permil values are converted to decimal and meter.
Learn how to convert per mille values to decimal and meter values in this tutorial, given with the definition, formula and example.