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Q: How do you convert the fraction 2 over 3 into a decimal?

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First convert it to an improper fraction. Multiply 2 * 5 which = 10, then add 3 = 13. Now your fraction is 13 over 5. Divide 1 by 5 which = .2 Multiply .2 * 13 = 2.6 Your decimal is 2.6

an example of a repeating decimal is 0.33333333333333.......in this case the fraction is 1/3 another example is 0.66666666666 and the fraction is 2/3

9.125% = 912.5 as a decimal and 1825/2 as an improper fraction

For example if you want to convert 1/2 in to a decimal you just do this: 1 divided by 2 is 0.5. Another example: 6/7- decimal is 0.857 (six divided by seven is 0.857)

91/100. To convert this decimal to a fraction, you move the decimal point two places, and place it over 100. You usually reduce fractions, like 2/4 becomes 1/2. 91/100 cannot be reduced.

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0.2 a repeating decimal into a fraction = 2/9

A decimal with 1 digit after the decimal point (such as 0.6) will be the number after the point over ten (6 over 10). A decimal with 2 is over 100, 3 is over 1,000, and so on. Remember to simplify the fraction after you convert it to fraction (if necessary).

6.50 = 650/100 = 13/2

It is: 0.08 = 2/25 as a fraction in its lowest terms

As a rational fraction it is 1/2.As a decimal fraction it is 0.5

0.40 in decimal, 2 over 5in fraction

1/2 = 1 divided by 2 = .5

The fraction 2/5 written as a decimal is 0.4

To convert a fraction to a decimal, divide the numerator by the denominator. If you want to convert a decimal to a percent, multiply it by 100. If you want to make a percent a fraction, just put it over 100 and then simplify. To change a fraction to a percent, divide the fraction and then multiply it by 100.

0.667 = 2/3.

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