If I understand this right, you want to know how to convert a fraction into a decimal with the aid of a calculator. This is usually done by pressing the fraction button on your calculator which changes it from a fraction to a decimal and vice versa.
To convert a fraction to a decimal, you divide the numerator by the denominator - on a calculator, or using long division.
The only way, without a calculator, that I know of is long division.
using a calculator, type in 25 / (divided by) 31
Divide the numerator by the denominator
That function depends on the calculator's capabilites. Some calculators do not show fractions. They only represent fractions as a decimal value (e.g. 50% is represented in the calculator as .5). If your calculator has a fraction function, you can enter 50% then press the fraction button & it will display 1/2 (which is the lowest fraction for 50%).
It is called a [decimal] fraction.
By using a calculator, enter: (integer) / (decimal)
5/8 = 5 divided by 8 = 0.625
6.03 IS expressed using decimal form!
Multiply both numbers by five- to get the fraction 85/100... which is 85%
Based on the decimal fraction part it looks like this is a rounded answer to division by three. If so, multiply the whole thing by three on a calculator, round, then convert to a fraction using three for the denominator. Using Windows 7 calculator, 71.6666667 * 3 = 215.0000001. You are probably looking at 215/3 for the answer as an improper fraction, or 71 2/3 as a proper fraction.
By using a calculator:)
You can think of a fraction as a division problem; instead of 1/2 it's 1 divided by 2. By using simple long division or a calculator, changing a fraction to a decimal is easy. ok thanks but can u tell me an answer for 2 over 3 changed into a decimal
The only other way is to have a machine do the long division for you.
4690 without using a calculator !
540... without using a calculator !
480... WITHOUT using a calculator !
if you r using division to write a fraction as a decimal how do u know when to stop dividing
.75. I would recommend using a calculator, it's much faster. Enter the fraction as a division equation, i.e. 3/4=.75
Using a decimal, of course. All you need do is move the decimal point two places to the right.
473 - without using a calculator !
560 without using a calculator !
480... without using a calculator !
There is no such example. If you cannot use an exact fraction then there will not be an exact decimal that you can use instead. And, if you are using an approximate decimal, you could use an approximate fraction instead.