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**Step 1:**

We rewrite 18 as 18.0

**Step 2:**

We shift the decimal one place to the left in 18.0 as there is only one zero in 10.

**Step 3:**

So, $\frac{18}{10} = 1.8$

**Step 1:**

We rewrite 49 as 49.0

**Step 2:**

We shift the decimal two places to the left in 49.0 as there are two zeros in 100.

**Step 3:**

So, $\frac{49}{100} = 0.49$

**Step 1:**

We rewrite 29 as 29.0

**Step 2:**

We shift the decimal one place to the left in 29.0 as there is only one zero in 10.

**Step 3:**

So, $\frac{29}{10} = 2.9$

**Step 1:**

We rewrite 78 as 78.0

**Step 2:**

We shift the decimal two places to the left in 78.0 as there are two zeros in 100.

**Step 3:**

So, $\frac{78}{100} = 0.78$

**Step 1:**

We rewrite 46 as 46.0

**Step 2:**

We shift the decimal one place to the left in 46.0 as there is only one zero in 10.

**Step 3:**

So, $\frac{46}{10} = 4.6$

**Step 1:**

We rewrite 543 as 543.0

**Step 2:**

We shift the decimal two places to the left in 543.0 as there are two zeros in 100.

**Step 3:**

So, $\frac{543}{100} = 5.43$

**Step 1:**

We rewrite 124 as 124.0

**Step 2:**

We shift the decimal two places to the left in 124.0 as there are two zeros in 100.

**Step 3:**

So, $\frac{124}{100} = 1.24$

**Step 1:**

We rewrite 237 as 237.0

**Step 2:**

We shift the decimal two places to the left in 237.0 as there are two zeros in 100.

**Step 3:**

So, $\frac{237}{100} = 2.37$

**Step 1:**

We rewrite 99 as 99.0

**Step 2:**

We shift the decimal one place to the left in 99.0 as there is only one zero in 10.

**Step 3:**

So, $\frac{99}{10} = 9.9$

**Step 1:**

We rewrite 161 as 161.0

**Step 2:**

We shift the decimal two places to the left in 161.0 as there are two zeros in 100.

**Step 3:**

So, $\frac{161}{100} = 1.61$

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