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No because irrational numbers can't be expressed as fractions
5 is an integer and not a fraction. It can be represented as a rational fraction (5/1) but not as a decimal fraction.
610 is an integer and so cannot be represented as a decimal fraction.
A decimal fraction is called such because it can be represented by a fraction with a denominator with a power of 10.
As a decimal it is 7. It is not really a fraction but, if you must write it as one, it can be represented by 7/1.
They are not similar, but every fraction have a corresponding decimal value.
Every decimal number can be represented by a binary number - and conversely.
No. The square root of three is an irrational number. That means that it cannot be represented as a fraction. Any terminating decimal can be represented as a fraction with some power of 10 in the denominator.
A decimal number is like a mixed fraction: it has an integer part and a fractional part. If the fractional part is a repeating fraction then the whole number is represented by a repeating decimal.
Approximately 3.14159265. It can't be exactly represented as a decimal, or as a fraction.
Everywhere. Each and every point on a number line is a fraction and also a decimal.