No. Every fraction has a decimal expression but not every decimal has a fractional (rational) equivalent. There are infinitely many fractions: the cardinality of the set of fractions is Ã€o (Aleph-null). If the set of decimals is considers equivalent to the set of real numbers, then the cardinality of the set is 2Ã€0 !
Divide the denominator into the numerator. If the answers are the same decimal, the fractions are equivalent.
You turn the decimal into a fraction. Then you can find the equivalent fraction.
NoImproved Answer:-Yes equivalent fractions can be converted into identical decimals.
The three fractions whose decimal equivalent is 0.40 are 4/10. 8/20 and 16/40. There are many more fractions that would have the same decimal result.
In decimals: .05, in fractions: 5/100.
4.2 is the equivalent decimal fraction.
You first convert them to equivalent fractions with a common denominator. Or you convert them to decimal fractions.
The decimal conversion of the equivalent fractions of 3/4 should be equal to 0.75.
One way to do it is to convert them to decimals by performing the division. Equivalent fractions become the same decimal.
1.7 is a decimal. In fractions, 17/10 is equivilent to 1.7
0.25 is a decimal number. In fractions it is the equivalent of 1/4.