Q: How do you turn a decimal to a fraction with a calculator?

Write your answer...

Submit

Still have questions?

Continue Learning about Basic Math

numerator (top) divided by the denominator (bottom)

To convert a fraction to a decimal, you divide the numerator by the denominator - on a calculator, or using long division.

Hit MATH and then 1 to change from decimal to fraction or 2 to change from fraction to decimal

Divide the denominator into the numerator.

you turn the decimal into a fraction then you turn the fraction into a whole number and add a percent sign

Related questions

you divide the numerator by the denominator

numerator (top) divided by the denominator (bottom)

long division then move the decimal point

You can add fractions if you have a scientific calculator. All you have to do is press the b/c button. If you don't have one, you could always turn the fraction into a decimal.

You should be familiar with long division involving decimals

That function depends on the calculator's capabilites. Some calculators do not show fractions. They only represent fractions as a decimal value (e.g. 50% is represented in the calculator as .5). If your calculator has a fraction function, you can enter 50% then press the fraction button & it will display 1/2 (which is the lowest fraction for 50%).

If I understand this right, you want to know how to convert a fraction into a decimal with the aid of a calculator. This is usually done by pressing the fraction button on your calculator which changes it from a fraction to a decimal and vice versa.

You turn a fraction into a decimal by dividing the top number by the bottom. And you turn a decimal into a percent by multiplying the decimal by 100.

To turn a fraction into a decimal, simply divide the numerator by the denominator.

Divide the numerator by the denominator.

you have 2 turn the percent into a decimal the you can easily turn the decimal into a fraction

To convert a fraction to a decimal, you divide the numerator by the denominator - on a calculator, or using long division.