Expressed as a surd, the square root of 3000 is equal to 10 sqrt(30). Expressed as a decimal fraction rounded to two decimal places, the square root of 3000 is equal to ±54.77.
As a terminating decimal, 0.14133333333 = 14133333333/100000000000 As a recurring decimal, 0.141333... = 141/1000 + 3/9000 = 423/3000 + 1/3000 = 424/3000 = 53/375
you cannot say that you could convert 30 to a decimal! Unless a fraction which is 3000/10.
Expressed as a decimal fraction, 7 percent of 3000 is equal to 0.07 x 3000 = 11.538461 recurring (that is, 11.538461538..)
It is simply 3,000.0 as a decimal
3000 = 3000/1
a decimal fraction means a fraction that changes into a decimal or a decimal that changes into a farction
fraction = 3000/1000000
It is simply: 3000/1 as an improper fraction
It is a decimal fraction. Not just a decimal, since 2,000,000 for example, is a decimal number.It is a decimal fraction. A decimal number need not have any digits in fractional places.
You make 3000 in to the improper fraction 3000/1 and then you multiply across. So you get 3000*2/1*3
no because a fraction is a decimal
0.4 as a fraction and decimal
you can change a fraction to a decimal by dividing the bottom number into the top number.
there is no such thing as fraction as a decimalthere is no such thing as fraction as a decimal
A number expressed in decimal form usually is a fraction. It is simply a fraction in decimal form rather than in the form of a ratio. However, that does not stop it being a fraction. And, since it is a decimal fraction, there is not another simpler decimal form.
The answer depends on what you want to "do" into a fraction or decimal. Not all numbers can be "done" into a fraction.
1/7 is the fraction for this decimal.
The decimal form of a fraction is either a terminating or recurring decimal.
5 is an integer and not a fraction. It can be represented as a rational fraction (5/1) but not as a decimal fraction.
That already is a decimal fraction.
It is called a decimal fraction.
930 is not a fraction but as a decimal, it is 930
Both a fraction and a decimal (right of the decimal point) are parts of a whole.