For example: .5 is 1/2
.333 is 1/3
.166 is 1/6
Or another way is when you're dividing a large number and you end up with a large remainder, you will have a mixed fraction. In this case, put the remainder as the numerator, and the number you're dividing by as the denominator.
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If you have a decimal like .275, the numerator will be 275 and the denominator will be the decimal place that the number takes up (in this case, the thousandths). So your fraction will be 275/1000, reduce it and it becomes 11/40.
Each one of the given decimals has been written as a fraction.
you need to give an example. But if your decimal is 0.001 your fraction will be 1/100
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Restate the question: If you can write a fraction as a decimal, can you write a decimal as a fraction?Yes.
That already is a decimal fraction.
As a fraction, you can write it as 8/10. As a decimal, you can write it as 0.8.
you write a decimal in fraction by example: 12/100 it is read as twelve hundredths as decimal is 0.12 or .12.
Convert the fraction into a decimal. Multiply the decimal by 100.
The decimal fraction for 3.588 would be 3.588/1000
As a decimal it is 37 and as a fraction, you could write it as 37/1.
a power of 10
write 0.64 as a fraction
As a decimal it is 0.85 as a fraction it is 17 over 20
210% = 2.1 as a decimal and 21/10 as a fraction