The decimal form of a fraction is either a terminating or recurring decimal.
That already is a decimal fraction.
you write a decimal in fraction by example: 12/100 it is read as twelve hundredths as decimal is 0.12 or .12.
As a fraction, you can write it as 8/10. As a decimal, you can write it as 0.8.
Restate the question: If you can write a fraction as a decimal, can you write a decimal as a fraction?Yes.
9% = 0.09 as a decimal and 9/100 as a fraction.
Convert the fraction into a decimal. Multiply the decimal by 100.
The decimal fraction for 3.588 would be 3.588/1000
As a decimal it is 37 and as a fraction, you could write it as 37/1.
4 thousandths as decimal fraction (4/1000)=0.004
1.08% is 108/10000 as a fraction, and 0.0108 as a decimal.
you need to give an example. But if your decimal is 0.001 your fraction will be 1/100
8.1% = 0.081 in decimal = 81/1000 in fraction
210% = 2.1 as a decimal and 21/10 as a fraction
a power of 10
write 0.64 as a fraction
seven and thirty one thousandths= 7.031 in decimal= 7031/1000 in decimal fraction
The fraction 5/7 written as a decimal is 0.714285.
99.9% is 999/1000 as a fraction and 0.999 as a decimal
As a fraction, 1005/10 which can be simplified if required. And it is already in decimal form.
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.
write each fraction or mixed number as a decimal 3 over 4?
if you r using division to write a fraction as a decimal how do u know when to stop dividing
0.009 is already expressed as a decimal fraction. As an "ordinary" fraction, 0.009 = 9/1000