divide it by 100
For percent, you move the decimal spot two places and you will get the percent. e.g (25.25=2525%) For fraction, you could create any fraction you want as long as the value of the fraction is equal to 25.25. e.g.(50.5/2) (5.05/.2)
place the decimal number over its place value. For example, in 0.6, the six is in the tenths place, so we place 6 over 10 to create the equivalent fraction, 6/10. If needed, simplify the fraction.
28/100 or 7/25 most likely.Try moving the decimal to create an integer, and then divide by 10^(number of decimal places moved). Next, reduce the fraction for clarity.
the top number of a fraction is the numetor.the bottom number fraction is a denominator .once you place the number in the divison house,you divide
Do the division. 27/48 = 27 divided by 48 = 0.5625
To convert a fraction into a decimal divide the numerator (top number) by the denominator (bottom number). When the fraction is as simple as possible (no common factor between the numerator and denominator other than 1) and the denominator has any prime factor other than 2 and 5, the resulting decimal will be recurring.
non examples of like fractions = fractions that are not equal in value to other fractions. For example: 1/2 and 3/4. 1/2=.5 and 3/4=.75 since .5 does not equal .75, then 1/2 & 3/4 are not "like fractions" (see below for a summary of like fractions). Additional Info.: Like fraction examples: 1/2 & 2/4 (both fractions = the decimal value .5) 1/8 & 3/24 (both fractions = the decimal value .125) A "like fraction" is a fraction that has the same decimal value as another fraction. For example: 1/2 and 2/4 both = the decimal value .5 The easiest way to create a like fraction is to use a fraction that has a decimal value of 1. Simply multiple it times another fraction to create a like fraction. For example: Using 2/2 (which = decimal value 1), you get 2/4 as follows: 2/2 * 1/2 = 2/4 = .5 Note: 2/2 is used to create the "like fraction" 2/4. 2/4 and 1/2 are the "like fractions" because they both = the decimal value .5 You can use any fraction that is = to decimal value 1, for example: 200/200 * 1/2 = 200/400 = .5 200/400 & 1/2 are the "like fractions" that both have a .5 decimal value. You should remember this fact because it is used frequently in algebra and higher math.
Take the two digits after the decimal point, put them over 1 followed by two zeros and put the digit before the decimal point in front, reducing the fraction to simplest terms to create a mixed number: 6.63 = 663/100 Should you want it as an improper fraction, multiply the whole number by the denominator (lower number) of the fraction, add the numerator (upper number) of the fraction and put the result over the denominator of the fraction: 663/100 = 663/100
each decimal has its own value as a fraction. for example 0.1 is also the same as 1/10 because the one is in the tenths place. this is one of the most important rules of place value. another example can be "write 3.293 as a fraction." when looking at it first it may seem complicated but when you know the steps, it is as easy as 1, 2, 3. 3 is the whole number in the decimal. 2 is in the tenths postion, 9 in the hundredths and 3 in the thousandths. so the numerator is 293. to find the denominator, you have to count the numbers after the decimal point - there are three, and that is how many zeros you add to the one. the fraction therefore is 3293/1000
17.6 : 10. 4 - Multiply by 10 to remove the figures after the decimal point. 176 : 104 - Divide by 8 to simplify. 22 : 13 A ratio can be expressed as a fraction. (e.g. 22/13) When simplifying a ratio, perform the same procedures as when simplifying a fraction to create an equivalent fraction.
Start by considering the decimal part of 2.5 .5 is really the same as 5 tenths or 5/10, which can then be reduced to 1/2 Putting the whole part together with the fraction part to create a mixed numeral gives 2 (+) 1/2 You can also write 2.5 as an improper fraction which is 5/2