I think there is three different ways to write a fraction. You can write it as a percent, a decimal, and a reduced fraction. I hope this works! :)
There are many ways to convert 70 into a decimal and a fraction. You can also do it by approximating. If you take 70, for instance, just like you said, 75 is extremely close to this number. You can write 75 like this in a decimal: 0.75, and in a fraction: 3/4 I don't know how to write 70 in a fraction, but conversion websites, calculators, and maths books do. But to write it in a decimal, I think it is: 0.70, or 0.7. I hope I helped you.
percentage, decimal, fraction
Starting with one of fraction, percent or decimal, find an equivalent value in one of the other ways of expressing numbers.
A decimal shows numbers in tenths, hundredths, and other powers of ten. A fraction can be shown in other ways such as elevenths and fifteenths as well as tenths and hundredths.
They are both ways of representing parts of whole numbers.
A ratio can be interpreted in three main ways, namely as a fraction, a decimal or a percentage.
If you mean 6/8 then it is 3/4 as a reduced fraction or 0.75 as a decimal
They are all different ways of representing numbers.
The fraction "15/100" or the decimal ".15"
u can write it as a mixed number or a whole number
There are 3 ways you can say 8 out of 10, including in decimal and fraction expressions. You can say 0.8 (decimal form), 8/10 (eight tenths), or 4/5 (four fifths).
As a decimal: 1400.0 As an improper fraction: 1400/1
the fraction 25/1 or any fraction equal to that, such as 50/2 25 cannot be expressed as a decimal because it is a whole number; to express it as a decimal would basically be 25.0
Not necessarily. They are simply two different ways of writing numbers that can be big or small.
There are three main ways to express a fraction: as a fraction, and improper number, or as a decimal. A fraction follows the syntax a/b where b is the units (halfs, quarters, twenty-thirds) being expressed and a is the number of units that the fraction represents. An improper fraction can be created when the numerator is greater than the denominator, allowing us to take the value of the denominator out of the numerator allowing us to bring the number of times we were able to remove the denominator from the numerator outside the fraction (e.i. 5/4 = 1 1/4 or 9/4 = 2 1/4). A decimal expression of a fraction can be created by simply dividing the numerator of the fraction by the denominator (i.e. 2/3 = 0.667).
They can show the same number, just in different ways. You can convert fractions into decimals or decimals into fractions.
As a fraction: 66/100 As a percentage: 66%
There are many ways to convert a proper fraction to an improper fraction. For example: 1 2/5 = 7/5 Take the denominator of the fraction (5), multiply it by the number beside the fraction (1), and add this number to the numerator (2). This number becomes the numerator of the improper fraction, and the old denominator is kept.
Yes it can be because a rational number is a number that can be written as a ratio with a fraction with denominator on top and numerator on bottom. You can turn the ratio into decimal or any ways you can and you can find it on a number line...
There is no limit to how many ways 26 can be written as a fraction, there's 26/1, 52/2, 78/3, etc.
by decimal point it is 0.4 or by fraction in simplest form 2 over 5.
1) fraction 2) decimal 3) percent
Just proceed with making the fraction. You can do it one of two ways. Let's say you have 2.5 1) 2.5 = 5/2 or 2) 2 1/2 The first is just a fraction as a whole. The second is mixed fractions. Just forget about the number in front of the decimal and make the fraction from the decimal
There are infinitely many ways.