You turn the decimal into a fraction. Then you can find the equivalent fraction.
A decimal becase a decimal can be any fraction
Everywhere. Each and every point on a number line is a fraction and also a decimal.
The decimal form of that would be 0.50. To find this, all you have to do is take 13 an divide it by 26, as the fraction looks. This will be true for converting any fraction into a decimal.
a decimal fraction means a fraction that changes into a decimal or a decimal that changes into a farction
no because a fraction is a decimal
Divide the denominator into the numerator.
there is no such thing as fraction as a decimalthere is no such thing as fraction as a decimal
As a fraction 261/1.As a decimal 261As a fraction 261/1.As a decimal 261As a fraction 261/1.As a decimal 261As a fraction 261/1.As a decimal 261
Technically, it's 33.33333333%. To find a fraction you just multiply the decimal by 100.
0.21 is a decimal fraction.
0.4 as a fraction and decimal
To change an inproper fraction to a decimal you divide the denominator by the numeratorand once you do that and you find your decimal you bring it over two times to the right.
Write the fraction as a decimal ... do the long division, if you have to, to find the decimal equivalent. Once you have the decimal, multiply it by 100 ... same as moving the decimal point two places to the right ... and you have the percent.
Ella say's that she can find decimal equivalent for lots. Of fractions be cause she knows that the decimal equivalent for 1/5 is 0.2. Name three fractions for which Ella could find the decimal equivalent. Explain how Ella would use 1\5 to find the decimal for each fraction
From fractions to decimals: Divide the denominator from the numerator
1/25 25% .25
you divide it and follow the dot if you find the answer
0.78% = 0.0078 in decimal = 78/10000 or 39/5000
Divide the numerator (the top number) by the denominator (the bottom number) and you will get a decimal number.
930 is not a fraction but as a decimal, it is 930
That already is a decimal fraction.