All rational fractions - one integer divided by a non-zero integer - give rise to repeating or terminating decimals. If, for the fraction in its simplest form, the denominator can be expressed as a product of powers of only 2 and 5 then the decimal will terminate. If the denominator has any prime factor other than 2 or 5 the decimal will be recurring. All non-rational fractions will have infinite, non-recurring decimal representations.
They are related because you can comvert decimals into fractions,and fractions into decimals.
They can show the same number, just in different ways. You can convert fractions into decimals or decimals into fractions.
They are different ways of finding the part of a whole
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They are two methods of defining part or parts of a whole.
there all form of number.also a percentage can equal decimal
Related concepts to fractions include ratios, proportions, percents, decimals, probabilities, cents, division, inverses. Parts of fractions are numerator and denominator. Fractions greater than 1 are improper fractions or mixed numbers.
fraction and decimals are both have similarities because they both express part of a whole.
A strong working understanding of fractions and decimals is essential for nurses. They must be familiar enough with fractions and decimals to quickly and accurately divide, multiply, add and subtract dosages as well as convert fractions to decimals and vice versa. Conceptual understating of fractions and decimals is essential since half doses, extra doses and time-delayed dosages must be calculated correctly. Nurses also need to know how to convert fractions and decimals to percentages in order to explain medication instructions accurately and easily to their patients. Read more about how math is related to nursing at the link I provided below.
Decimals and fractions are ways of representing numbers. Division is an arithmetic operation between two numbers (and the inverse of the multiplication operation). One form of writing the division operation looks like a fraction.
The numerator is how many you have, and the factors are numbers that go into a number, so they are both parts of parts or fractions/decimals.