Roman numerals do not include decimals although the Romans did use fractions to a limited extent.
If you can completely write a number, using digits, fractions and decimals, then the number is rational. You appear to have accomplished that.
it is just easier that way. for example 0.3333333 is harder to read and understand than 1/3
Change them to improper fractions and double them.
All the decimals that you can completely write down are rational. An irrational number has a decimal that never ends, so you can't write it down.
you can put it in decimals or fractions or in a percentage
you write fractions as a mixed number by dividing what ever number thats in the fraction how do you write 0.304 as a fraction?
what is an appropriate fraction
In much the same way as anyone writes decimals.
-- Take one whole set of the digits that repeat in the decimal. Write them as the numerator of the fraction. -- For the denominator of the fraction, write a group of 9s ... the same number of them as there are digits in the numerator. -- Simplify the fraction, if possible and if you feel like it.
You can compare two fractions by converting them to a common denominator - but if you need to compare several fractions, it would be easier to write each fraction as a decimal, with several digits after the decimal point, then compare the decimals. Oh Yeah And When I Have A Question No One Effen Answeres It!
think of it as money. you could do that with decimals too.
fractions and percents u dumbasses
0.0003 and 3/10.000
1.06 = 106/100
A fraction is division. For example, the fraction 2/3 is a cleaner way of writing 2 divided by 3, the answer to which is .666666. The purpose of fractions is not having to deal with decimals and having a cleaner way to write numbers.