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Q: What fraction or decimal can go in between 0 and 1?

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Any decimal number whose integer part is 0 will be a fraction between 0 and 1. For example, 0.64687111135104or 0.6 or 0.89745098256987

The fraction is 3/5.

A decimal number would be between 0 and 1. It represents a fraction, or portion, of 1.

There are infinitely many fractions and decimals between 0 and 1.

0/3 is equal to nothing, so 0/3 written as a decimal would be 0

Watch closely:7.4@above, yes, to elaborate, you are writing 7, and 40/100, which any fraction would go after the decimal point. so 7.40, you can also drop the 0

There is no fraction between 0 and 1 which is also between 1 and 2.

0 x where x != 0

0 of course.

The same as real numbers are expressed in decimal, except only the digits 0 and 1 are used (instead of 0 to 9) and the separator between the integer and fraction part is called the binary point (instead of the decimal point). The sign if needed is the same as in decimal.

A whole number is a number in which there is no decimal or fraction after the number or the number is a fraction or decimal. ex. ...-2, -1, 0, 1, 2...

no, 0.000001 is the lowest millionths decimal, so there are none that would fall between 0 and 0.000001Any other millionths decimal would be larger than .000001 and would not be between 0 and 0.000001

A Vulgar Fraction consists of a Numerator over a Denominator, where each is a whole number. E.g. 3/4. The Denominator denominates, or names, the fractions; the Numerator tells you how many of those fractions there are. So in that example, there are three fourths, or three-quarters. . A Decimal fraction is based on powers of ten, and consists of a whole number or 0, the decimal point (properly a dot half-way up the character height, but which has to be a full-stop mark in this text editor) and the fraction itself. . For example, that 3/4 in vulgar fractions = 0.75 to two decimal places, which = 0 + seven-tenths + five-hundredths

0.3 is a decimal. The decimal point is the (.) between the 0 and the 3.

Between the 0 and 2: 0.213

To change the decimal number of 0. 7 into a fraction form we need to divide it by 10. Thus the fraction form will become 7/10 (seven upon ten).

Let's say you have a decimal number that has a 0 at the left of the decimal point, (like 0.057), and you want to change it into a fraction. First take all the numbers to right of the decimal point (in this case 57, you can drop the leading 0's) and that will be your numerator (the "top" part of your fraction). For the denominator ("bottom" part) of your fraction, use a 1 followed by the same number of 0's as their are digits after the decimal point (in this case 3 -- here you must count the leading 0!). So 0.057 would be 57/1000 as a fraction. Decimal numbers that have numbers other than 0 the the left of the decimal point can be converted into mixed numbers. Just use the numbers the the left for the integer part of the number, and the same procedure as above to convert to a fraction part. Best explained as an example: 2305.0994 is the same as 2305 994/10000.

These are the steps to convert a decimal into a fraction: (1) Place a 1 under the decimal to convert it to fraction form: .845/1 (2) Remove the decimal and place as many 0's to the right of the 1 as there are numbers to the right of the decimal: 845/1000 (3) Reduce the fraction to its lowest term: 169/200

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Decimals are numbers that can be expressed like this. 10.56 or 16.4 or 46.324672462 These numbers show that the numbers are between whole numbers. Fractions do the same thing. Fractions tell you the number between the two whole numbers, just more accurately. For example.. 3/4 is a number between 0 and 1. The fraction 23/7 is a number between 3 and 4 and if you do this on a calculator and turn it into decimal form you will get a large amount of decimals. this proves that the fraction form is more accurate.

0/0=1 or 1.111... (any other whole number)/0=infinity.999... (any decimal number between 0.1 and 1)/0=1.999... (any decimal number between 0 and 0.1)/0=1.1...999... (any decimal number above a.1)/0=infinity.999... (any number between a and a.1)/0=infinity.1...999...

0.8342 is a fraction. It is a fraction in decimal form rather than in the form of a ratio. However, that does not stop it being a fraction. Its rational equivalent is 8342/10000 which can be simplified.

It depends on the degree to which it is rounded. To the nearest integer, it is 0.

Just take the probability, which is a decimal number between 0 and 1, and convert it into a fraction. For instance, a probability of 0.75 corresponds to odds of 3 in 4.