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).
To divide a fraction by a second fraction, multiply the first fraction by the reciprocal of the second fraction. For example, 1/2 divided by 5/7 is the same as 1/2 times 7/5.
It means that you are not changing the value of the fraction, but you may be simplifying it. For example: 14/36 Divide top and bottom by 2 to get 7/18.
22 - 7x = 0 /+7x 22 = 7x /divide by 7 x = 22/7 = 3 1/7 22/7 is your more formal answer, that's pertaining what's asked for the question, is it to answered as a mixed fraction, or improper fraction.
You divide 7 by 12.
If you mean to divide 2 by the fraction 7/8, that is the same as multiplying with the reciprocal: 2 x 8/7.If you mean to divide 2 by the fraction 7/8, that is the same as multiplying with the reciprocal: 2 x 8/7.If you mean to divide 2 by the fraction 7/8, that is the same as multiplying with the reciprocal: 2 x 8/7.If you mean to divide 2 by the fraction 7/8, that is the same as multiplying with the reciprocal: 2 x 8/7.
Because - no matter how big a circle is - if you divide the circumference by the diameter - you will ALWAYS get the value of Pi ! As an approximate fraction, the value is 22/7. As a decimal , it's an infinite number.
divide eight into 5 and then divide 15 into 7 and compare the answers.
You divide 7 into 4
So you can answer question 1 in your homework. Any number times 1 is equal to the original number. When we simplify a fraction or change a fraction to find a common denominator so we can add or subtract if from another fraction we do not want to change it's value. We multiply ( or divide it ) it by one essentially. Remember 5/5 = 2/2 = 7/7 = 1.
The fraction 1/7 has the decimal value 0.142857142857142857..... The six digits 142857 keep repeating.
If you divide both sides of the fraction by 7, 7/35 becomes 1/5, or one fifth.
No, it is not. 7 0/4 is 7, not 0!
When You have a zero "0" after a decimal fraction such as .70, the value remains the same, so it's still the same as .7 such as .1060 and .106 are the same.
It is equivalent to 7/10 as a fraction
You divide the numerator (top) by the denominator (bottom). The remainder goes into the numerator. As an example, to convert the fraction 17/7, you divide 17 by 7. The result is 2, and the remainder is 3. Therefore, it is equivalent to 2 3/7.
Undefined: You cannot divide by zero
It isn't really a fraction once it's simplified, but to figure it out, you divide: 140 / 20 = 7/1 or 7
You divide 7 by 8, and multiply the result by 100.
Say the fraction was 1/5 then all you do is make it 7/1 divided by 1/5. Then you flip the second fraction and Multiply them so it would be 7/1 times by 5/1 which is 35
It is a fraction if the number below the line is not zero. If the ABSOLUTE value of the number above the line is smaller than the ABSOLUTE value of the number below the line then it is a proper fraction. Otherwise it is an improper fraction.So, -7 is smaller than 2 but -7/2 is not a proper fraction because the absolute value of -7 (which is 7) is not smaller than the absolute value of 2 (= 2).