they are called repeating decimals.
By the time you advance to the point of dividing decimals, you don't use remainders any more.
2.48 times or 2 with remainder 12.
To convert a fraction to a decimal, divide the denominator into the numerator. Decimals don't have remainders.
Say for example you have 16/5.In remainders, the answer would be 3r1. Now you have to divide the remainder by the divisor So for example: 1/5=0.2 Now you have to place the 3 from the answer we got from the remainder in front of the 0.2 answer: 3.2
Decimals are all ready decimals so how could you say to convert it back to decimal
The numbers are 1 and 3 with no remainders
remainders are cool
If you are asking does 6 divide into 52 evenly, the answer is no. If you are open to uneven answers, see below. Remainders: 8 r4 Decimals: 8.6667.
1 and 7 will go into both numbers evenly with no remainders
You need decimals when you measure and fractions. You need decimals, because to measure and fractions. Also, so whole numbers could exist if there are decimals. There will be no math if there's no decimals.