Q: Is it possible to get an fraction after multiplying an decimal with an fraction?

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123.456 is changed into fraction by multiplying and dividing it by a number such that both denominator and numerator don't contain decimal. Multiplying and dividing by 100, we get 123.456 as 123456/100.

The decimal for 1.3 is exactly that, 1.3. You cannot break a whole number down into a decimal. A fraction is possible to make out of this though. The fraction would be 1 1/3.

Multiplying 6.7 and 5.5 is the same as multiplying 0.67 and 55, or 67 and 0.55.

When the fraction is in its simplest or reduced form, if the denominator has any factor other than 1, 2 or 5, it will not be possible to express the fraction as a terminating decimal.

Go ask your teacher! If that doesn't help ask a calculator! By examining the fraction 17/25 it can be seen that multiplying it by 4 you get: 17*4/25*4 = 68/100 = 0.68 as a decimal.

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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.

It is not possible to tell.

123.456 is changed into fraction by multiplying and dividing it by a number such that both denominator and numerator don't contain decimal. Multiplying and dividing by 100, we get 123.456 as 123456/100.

Yes.

The answer is 8 and 1/3. You can achieve a decimal by multiplying 8.33333- by 100. That should do it!

When a fraction is written in simplest form, it's easier to perform operations on that fraction. For instance, multiplying (1/5) and (2/3) is easier than multiplying (25/125) and (18/27).

The decimal for 1.3 is exactly that, 1.3. You cannot break a whole number down into a decimal. A fraction is possible to make out of this though. The fraction would be 1 1/3.

Multiplying 6.7 and 5.5 is the same as multiplying 0.67 and 55, or 67 and 0.55.

When the fraction is in its simplest or reduced form, if the denominator has any factor other than 1, 2 or 5, it will not be possible to express the fraction as a terminating decimal.

Go ask your teacher! If that doesn't help ask a calculator! By examining the fraction 17/25 it can be seen that multiplying it by 4 you get: 17*4/25*4 = 68/100 = 0.68 as a decimal.

There are infinitely many of them. It is not possible to provide an answer.

In decimal form, 90% is .90. This is because when converting a decimal into a percent, you move the decimal point 2 places to the right, which is the same as multiplying that decimal by 100. You multiply it by 100 because you are converting that decimal into a fraction that will represent a percentage of a full 100%.