they all show parts of a whole number
they all can be used to find the answer to the same wole number
Decimals and percents both show a "chunk" or part of a number.
Percents are basically decimals, and we use decimals as numbers with extra, tiny proportions. Percents are just ways to make those decimals into a whole, more friendlier number. But, percents can also be made with decimals as well.
They are both part of a larger number
Whole numbers are positive numbers and there are no fractions or decimals.
A fraction is written as one number divided by another. Perform the division and you get the decimal equivalent. Multiply the decimal by 100 and you have the percent.
they both show part of a whole number.
fractions are represented in form of decimals
Decimals and percents may be converted also. 1.5 = 1 and 1/2 = 3/2 = 150%
The fraction 1/3=0.3333333... In this case it is better to use fractions just like in all cases. There will be no case when decimals will work better than fractions however, if a test says to use decimals; USE THEM!
A whole number.
Accountants typically convert fractions to decimals. They do this by dividing the fractions and getting a decimal number. Decimals are easier to work with in accounting.
They can show the same number, just in different ways. You can convert fractions into decimals or decimals into fractions.
To convert a fraction to a decimal divide the numerator (top number) by the denominator (bottom number). To convert a percentage to a decimal divide it by 100. (A percentage is the numerator of a fraction with 100 as the denominator.)
An integer has to be a whole number or its opposite. For example, fractions and decimals cannot be integers. I'm smart (:
Divide the top number by the bottom number.
An integer is a whole number without decimals or fractions
There are no such numbers, because every number has a decimal representation. But you can have photo negatives and photo positives which will have no fractions or decimals.
No because whole numbers are integers that do not have decimals or fractions attached to them.
yes, no fractions or decimals
Is a positive integer.
You divide the numerator (top number) by the denominator (bottom number) then multipy it by a hundred