It depends on what you are trying to do. For most people using decimals is easier because it allows them to visualize the number better than a fraction. For example, if you needed to order them from least to greatest, it may be easier to see them in decimal form rather than fractions. However, fractions are usually more accurate because some decimals need to be rounded off. For example, the fraction 1/7 is more accurate than the decimal form .142857142857..... because the numbers 142857 continue on infinitely.
none, teachers just like them because they're harder
Decimals until you get to values with over nine decimal places, then fractions are more exact
50 in decimals is simply 50.00 or in fractions, it is fifty over one.
Change them into fractions over 10 or 100 and then order them
7 * 9 = 63 1 * 6 = 6 Fractions - 7 over 9 . 7_9 Fractions - 1 over 6 . 1_6 Decimals - 7.09 Decimals - 1.06
No because integers are whole numbers without decimals or fractions
Answerdivide or over or out of; virgule if it's the / symbol and vinculum if it's a horizontal bar (also used in repeating decimals)
8/12 = 0.666 (repeating decimal)
In decimals approximately 0.88888888889 In fractions 8/9
No because integers are whole numbers that do not include fractions or decimals
Move the decimal point over (ie: .90 becomes 90). Put that number over 100 and simplfy
If you leave it in fractions, it would be 5/6. In decimals, it would be .83333 repeating.
why are fractions importanrt? The answer is rather simple... 1) some people prefer using fractions over decimals. 2) fractions are easier to read. and that's all I know Hope this helps
I suggest converting both to decimals, dividing the numerator by the denominator with a calculator. Another option is to convert them to fractions with a common denominator.
Same principle: put the numbers in order. You could convert them all to decimals, or put them over the same denominator.
For starters decimals and fractions are the same thing just wrote diffrently.Decimals will be used in your everyday lives just by going to the store.Such as if you had $1.49 and you wanted to by a bag of chips that costs $1.69,you need to know how much more money you need. For fractions it is almost the same thing but just alittle different.Fractions can be used as easily as inviting guests over for pie.You have 2 pies and 6 people,so divide 6 by 2 and you get 3,so each pie gets cut into 3 pices.So if you see we use decimals and fractions everyday.
You can divide 11 / 5, and 9 / 4, on a calculator. That will give you decimals that you can easily compare.You can also convert both fractions into equivalent fractions, with the same denominator. In that case, simply compare the numerators.
When working with statistics, or otherwise when presenting numbers to others, I'd say.It's easier to imagine the "meaning" of percentages, than some of the more difficult fractions, or long unwieldy decimal numbersWhilst calculating though, fractions (or decimals, if you can get them to be exact without having a page full ;P) are allways better.
Well if they are already a fraction you do not need to convert them to a fraction. If you mean "How do you convert fractions to decimals" then I can help you there. If you have a fraction you want to make a decimal you simply divide. The little bar in the fraction means "divide" So if you have 3 over 4, you simply divide 3 by 4 which equals .75.
77 over 100 is .77 in decimals.
To change decimals to fractions, you must move the decimal place over to make it a whole number. However many places you move it, that is how many zeroes that go on the denominator with the 1. For example, 0.38 would be 38/100 as a fraction.
The numbers from least to greatest are: 2 over 10, 1/2, 0.6 and 0.9 (which is equal to 9 over 10). Convert all the fractions to decimals to compare.
Oh~ u r doing maths! The rational numbers are like fractions or decimals. For example, negative 8 over 7 is a rational numbers. or 0.2, 1.5, etc.... -2, +2, the one that doesn't have decimals or fraction is not a rational numbers.
No Because a fraction is written in two parts a whole is just 1 or 10 or just a number which is equal has no left over fractions or decimals . Hope this helped!!
, divide the numerator by the denominator. To change terminal decimals into fractions, count the number of decimal places, put the decimal's digits over 1 followed by the proper number of zeroes.