Yes a whole number is a number without a fraction or a decimal point.
a number with a decimal point is a a fraction, a part of the whole goes behind the decimal. where as one with out a decimal point is just a whole number.
A decimal fraction.
A number with a decimal point.
If decimal number has n digits after the decimal point then the numerator of the fraction is the decimal number without the decimal point and the denominator is 1 followed by n zeros. That is the fractional representation of the decimal number. You may need to simplify. For example, 27.356 : there are three digits after the decimal point so n = 3. Therefore the fraction is 27356/1000 which can be simplified to 6839/250. Or 0.00076 : there are 5 digits after the decimal point so n = 5. Therefore the fraction is 76/100000 which can be simplified to 19/25000.
Everywhere. Each and every point on a number line is a fraction and also a decimal.
It is a decimal fraction.
To convert a fraction to a decimal, divide the denominator into the numerator.
To convert a decimal into a fraction, divide the number - without the decimal point - by 10 raised to the power given by the number of digits after the decimal point. For example, 0.0235 = 235/10000 Then simplify. Converting to a percentage is simpler from the decimal itself. Moe the decimal point two places to the left and add a percentage sign. SO, 0.0235 = 2.35%
When a mixed number (a whole number and a fraction) is written as a decimal, the decimal point divides the whole number and the fractional part. 12 and 75/100 = 12.75 a dot placed after the figure representing units in a decimal fraction.
We can't tell whether there's supposed to be a decimal point before that number. If there's a decimal point before it, then the number is equivalent to the fraction 333,333,333,333,333,333,333/1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 . If there's no decimal point before it, then the question is truly absurd, and the number is equivalent to the fraction 333,333,333,333,333,333,333/1
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