Count how many parts there are in total (both shaded and unshaded) and write this as the denominator (bottom number) of the fraction. Count how many shaded parts there are and write this as the numerator (top number) of the fraction. You now have the fraction of the whole that is shaded.
by changing the fraction to a whole number
turn both fractions into decimals and then multiply!
52.7 is a fraction, not a whole number and so it cannot be expressed as a whole number.
it separating the whole numbers from the fraction parts.
Decimals are there to show you a fraction. For example, 1 1/2 is the same as the decimal 1.5. It just shows you how close you are to a whole number in a different way than a fraction.
An integer is a whole number; a number that is not a fraction.If you mean integers then they are whole numbers without fractions or decimals.
Rational numbers are numbers that can be written as a fraction. A whole number is a number with no decimals.
No because integers are whole numbers without decimals or fractionsNo. It's a fraction.
Of course! Without decimals, you couldn't calculate percentages or fractions. Decimals allow you to break a number up. A decimal is basically a fraction, and when you calculate fraction adding, subtraction, multiplication, and division, sometimes it is easier to calculate a fraction by first changing it to a decimal instead.
Yes. Every whole number can be expressed as a ratio of whole numbers, and any fraction consisting of whole number numerators and denominators are by definition rational. So irrational numbers will be unending non-repeating decimals.
fraction and decimals are both have similarities because they both express part of a whole.
600% = 600/100 = 6.00, a whole number.
Either you can, or you can't! It is perfectly valid to use decimals in the top or bottom. Now, if you want whole numbers, you can convert the fraction to an equivalent fraction, multiplying top and bottom by 2 in this case.
Factors must be whole numbers, not decimals.
Decimals and fractions are PART of a whole
rounding whole numbers and decimals
You cannot convert 205 into a decimal because it's a whole number.
i tried and 0.55 is not a whole number you can try but it will not be right
Whole numbers are a proper subset of decimals.
One way they are different is that decimals are "parts of a whole" not necessarily a whole.
It is easiest to put decimals into fraction form by multiplying them by 10 until we have a whole number, then putting the amount we multiplied by as the denominator. In this case we get 6027/1000