an improper fraction
by dividing the number by 100.
This is related to the fact that dividing by a number is the same as multiplying with the number's reciprocal.
Dividing fractions invole multiplacation because you can use it too see how many time's a number goes into another answer. And that is why dividing involves multiplacation.
This is because dividing by a number is the same as multiplying by its reciprocal.
Convert them to improper fractions.
You change fractions to percentages by dividing the larger number (denominator) into the smaller number (numerator). One divided by five gives .2, or 20 per cent.
Details about multiplying and dividing rational number involves modeling multiplying fractions by dividing squares to equal segments and then overlap the squares.
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.
This can be especially helpful if you are adding or subtracting fractions, so the bottom number on both fractions will be the same
It is similar because when you divide fractions you are technically multiplying the second number's reciprocal. (Turning the fraction the other way around)
you write fractions as a mixed number by dividing what ever number thats in the fraction how do you write 0.304 as a fraction?
You change them into improper or topheavy fractions.
Dividing anything by a fraction is equivalent to multiplying the same number by the reciprocal of the fraction. Thus, x / (p/q) = x * (q/p) where x is any number, and p and q are non-zero integers.
you round it to the top number Fractions and ounces are not convertible.
by dividing the number by 10
you can change a fraction to a decimal by dividing the bottom number into the top number.
just divide the number on the top and the number at the bottom with the same number. keep on dividing until you can't divide anymore