Q: How do you write an equivalent fraction and write the decimal?

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To change a fraction into a decimal, divide the numerator (top number) by the denominator (bottom number).

0.10, 0.100 or, 0.0999 ... (recurring)

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.

700% = 7.0 and 7/1

13 is not a fraction and so its decimal equivalent is 13.

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To change a fraction into a decimal, divide the numerator (top number) by the denominator (bottom number).

0.10, 0.100 or, 0.0999 ... (recurring)

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.

0.01 is the decimal fraction equivalent to 1/100.

700% = 7.0 and 7/1

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3/4 is the equivalent fraction for the decimal 0.75.

13 is not a fraction and so its decimal equivalent is 13.

Restate the question: If you can write a fraction as a decimal, can you write a decimal as a fraction?Yes.

3.125 is a fraction. It is 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. Its equivalent, in rational form, is 3125/1000 which simplifies to 25/8.