A fraction is a division expression. 3/4 = three divided by four
It is 5/9.
-415 is an integer so the answer is no.
Using long division, divide the numerator by the denominator.
You can always write a numerical division expression as a decimal.
When you write " 11/25 ", that fraction, or any fraction, is really meant to indicate a division.If you want the decimal equivalent of the fraction, simply perform the long division ...divide 11 by 25, and the quotient you get is the decimal way to write the fraction.
To write a fraction as a percent, simply divide the numerator by the denominator (in your head, with a computer or calculator, or by hand using long division). Then simply multiply the answer by 100. Example: Write the fraction 3/8 as a percent. Answer: If we divide 3 by 8, we get 0.375. Multiply that by 100 to get 37.5%.
if you r using division to write a fraction as a decimal how do u know when to stop dividing
You divide by the denominator. You write the result of the division as the whole number, and the remainder on top of the old denominator. Example: 14/3; divide 14 by 3. The result is 4, remainder is 2, so you write the result as 4 2/3.
You could write "divided by" between the expression for the numerator and the expression for the denominator.
If you multiply X by Y you have to write XY (in alphabetical order).If you divide X by 2 you should write X over 2 (like a fraction).
Simply perform the indicated division . . . divide 18 by 32 . The quotient is the decimal form of the fraction.
Divide the denominator into the numerator.
Divide by 80.
Pages = George/2 Your can write the last part as George over 2 (with the fraction line), or George divide sign 2.
divide the top form the bottom
Just divide the denominator by the numerator.
when you are writing a division problem as a fraction u take the remainder of your problem and make it the numerator and make the number you are dividing by the denominator
Divide the numerator and denominator of the fraction by their greatest common factor.
Divide the percentage by 100 and then simplify if required.
The reciprocal of any number or expression is one divided by that number or expression. In this case, you can also write -x + 3 as 3 - x; the reciprocal would be 1 / (3 - x). The parentheses are necessary, to indicate that you want to divide 1 by the entire expression. But if you write it in fraction form, with "3 - x" on the bottom, no parentheses are required.