It is 5/9.
-415 is an integer so the answer is no.
5 divided by 15 is equal to 1/3
You can always write a numerical division expression as a decimal.
Yes and it is 4/15 as a fraction
A fraction is a division expression where both dividend and divisor are integers.
if you r using division to write a fraction as a decimal how do u know when to stop dividing
You could write "divided by" between the expression for the numerator and the expression for the denominator.
A fraction such that the divisor (denominator) is zero is undefined. Such a division is expressed as x/0 where x is the dividend (numerator). In ordinary arithmetic, the expression has no meaning so division by zero is undefined.
when you are writing a division problem as a fraction u take the remainder of your problem and make it the numerator and make the number you are dividing by the denominator
When you write " 11/25 ", that fraction, or any fraction, is really meant to indicate a division.If you want the decimal equivalent of the fraction, simply perform the long division ...divide 11 by 25, and the quotient you get is the decimal way to write the fraction.
Yes, it is -4/15.
Yes, it can be expressed as a ratio of two integers: -4 and 15.
Using long division, divide the numerator by the denominator.
85 as a division expression is 85/1. The principal fractional form is also 85/1 but you can calculate equivalent rational fractions if you multiply both, its numerator and denominator, by any non-zero integer.
Simply take the fraction, and do the long division (numerator) divided by (denominator).The quotient is the decimal way to write the fraction.
Numerator <-> dividendDenominator <-> divisor.
Usually you don't write integers as a fraction. If you need a fraction (mainly, to exchange numerator and denominator, for converting a division to a multiplication), you can put "1" in the denominator. In other words, just write it (in this case) as -16/1.
8/n The / sign stands for division