no they are third grade
3/5 = 0.6
no 0.09 is less. i learned decimals in fifth grade :)
One fifth can mean a percentage of a certain object, or be problem to converting it into decimals. 1/5 can also be a coefficient to a variable, such as x.
You will learn decimals, fractions, ordering decimals, you will learn social studies that has to do with war, and other things, learn about drugs, and you learn lots of other things in 5th grade there is a lot to name
.2 2/10=1/5 I see that you obviously didn't know that simple equation!
1/12 = 0.083333 repeating 1/5 = 0.2
1/5 = 2/10 = 0.2
All you have to do is convert either the fractions to decimals or the decimals to fractions. If you do not know lets say what one sixth is, just divide 6 by 100 on a calculator and round it. 100/6=16.6666666 so just round to 16.6, but since 100= 1 in decimals to fractions write it 0.16. hope i helped! Seventh grade intensified mathematician PS this math is for fifth and sixth grader and if you didn't know the answer you could have looked in your math textbook.
Decimals are all ready decimals so how could you say to convert it back to decimal
terminating decimals and repeating decimals
9.10000 9.100000000 You can use any amount of zeros (ps I'm only a fifth grader)
Decimals is not a language!
Factors must be whole numbers, not decimals.
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If you convert repeating decimals into a fraction, you see that the repeating decimals are rational.
Terminating decimals are decimals that end, such as, 2.384. Non-terminating decimals that don't end, such as, 0.3333333333.......
Some decimals repeat. Some decimals go on forever. Some decimals stop. Those are called terminating decimals.
The answer depends on what you wish to do with decimals.
Yes providing you change the fractions into decimals or change the decimals into fractions