To change a whole number with a decimal into a fraction, you take the decimal and put it into a fraction in simplest form. Let me give you an example so you understand better: 13.678 = 13 678/1000 = 13 339/500. You change it to a mixed fraction.
An example of a fraction is 1 over 2.
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example of improper fractions: 99/8, 70/8, 9/5, 6/4 example of proper fraction: 1/2, 3/4, 35/50, 99/100
In what situtation can you use only multiplication to find equivalent fraction? Give an example
You flip it to a fraction
An example is: 3/4 = 9/12
you need to give an example. But if your decimal is 0.001 your fraction will be 1/100
10 to the power of 7?
Simply give the value of its denominator as 1 as for example 3 = 3/1 as an improper fraction or as a 'top heavy' fraction.
An improper fraction is 'top-heavy' - for example 12/5 or 21/16
Change the fraction into a decimal and then multiply it by a 100 to give a percentage. As for example: 1/2 = 0.50 = 50% As for example: 3/4 = 0.75 = 75% As for example: 9/10 = 0.90 = 90%
Iron gets rusty is an example of physical change.
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To change a demcial to a fraction you have to....... 1. Say if they give you the number 0.05 this number is 5 hundredths 2. Now to change it into a demical you put the hundredths on the bottom and the 5 on the top
Multiple the fraction with the number. For example, what is 1/2 of 10? 1/2 * 10 = 5.
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A fraction can be larger than 1, for example, 4/2 is a fraction (which can be simplified to 2). Only a fraction that is larger than 1, multiplied by another number gives you a larger number.
Changing an improper fraction to a mixed number - simply divide the denominator number into the numerator. For example take the fraction 37/16. 16 divides into 37 twice with 5 remainder. So the proper fraction would be 2 & 5/16.Changing from a mixed number to an improper fraction - multiply the whole number by the denominator, then add the numerator. Using the above example of 2 & 5/16, this would be 16x2 then add 5 to give 37/16.
No, by definition. A proper subset is a subset that contains some BUT NOT ALL elements of the original set.
To make a fraction have the denominator 100, you need to multiply and divide until this is the case. The one thing to remember is that anything that is done to the denominator must also be done to the numerator. For example, if we take the fraction 7/14, we could start by dividing top and bottom by 7 to give us 1/2. The next step would be to multiply top and bottom by 50 to give us 50/100. Thus 7/14 = 50/100 as a fraction with denominator 100.