Converting fractions to any kind of decimal is done in exactly the same way: divide the numerator by the denominator.
The reverse of converting a recurring decimal to a fraction is done:
Look at the digits that recur in the decimal. Count how many there are and then put the recurring digits as the numerator of a fraction with that number of 9s as the denominator.
eg to convert 0.33333.... to a fraction, see that the recurring decimal is the digit 3, thus the fraction would be 3/9 = 1/3.
eg to convert 0.09090909... to a fraction, see that the recurring decimal is 09 (or 9) and there are 2 digits (the leading 0 is important in counting the number of digits), thus the fraction is 09/99 or 9/99 = 1/11.
eg: to convert: 0.142857142857.... to a fraction, see that the digits 142857 recur and there are 6 of them, thus it is 142857/999999 which reduces down (simplifies) to 1/7.
I need help in how to convert fractions to decimals
A calculator can convert numbers that appear as decimals into numbers that appear as fractions. Fractions are generally considered more easy to use then decimals.
The answer will depend on what you wish to convert them to.
Accountants typically convert fractions to decimals. They do this by dividing the fractions and getting a decimal number. Decimals are easier to work with in accounting.
They can show the same number, just in different ways. You can convert fractions into decimals or decimals into fractions.
That might refer to a fraction. In general you can convert decimals to fractions, and fractions to decimals.
Convert them to fractions.
It really doesn't matter whichever one you are more comfortable with. fractions are a bit more challenging to convert.
It is important because depending on the problem it is easier to use fractions or decimals. Sometimes the problem is asking for an exact answer, in which case you would keep it in fraction form.
To convert fractions into decimals, Divide the Numerator (the number on top) by the denominator (the number on the bottom.) Example: 6/24. 6÷24=0.25 So the answer is 0.25.
how do youconvert 5/2 into decimal form
You can either convert fractions to decimals and compare the decimal numbers; find equivalent fractions with the same denominator and then compare numerators or find equivalent fractions with the same numerator and then compare denominators.
Convert them to decimals or Convert them to similar fractions
Two ways: convert them to decimals or convert them to similar fractions and compare the numerators.
Convert one to the other.
it depends on what you're converting. fractions to decimals, decimals to fractions, etc. there are so many different ways. what are you converting? then maybe i can help
Convert the repeating decimals into fractions, and then add those. If you need it as a decimal, then you can just convert the product back into a decimal!:)
Convert them to decimals.
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Divide the top number by the bottom number.
You determine the least to greatest in decimals by using their leftmost unit. The decimal 0.2 is less than 0.3. To determine fractions, you need to first convert them to decimals.
You can always convert a fraction to a decimal. For some fractions, you'll get terminating decimals. For example, 1/8 = 0.125. For other fractions, you get repeating decimals, such as 1/7 = 0.142857 142857 142857...To convert the fraction to a decimal, just divide the numerator by the denominator, for example on a calculator.
To convert a fraction to a decimal, divide the top number by the bottom number.
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