If number 0 comes right side of a decimal, the number 0 doesn't change the value.
When You have a zero "0" after a decimal fraction such as .70, the value remains the same, so it's still the same as .7 such as .1060 and .106 are the same.
6934 is to the nearest whole number. A whole number is a number that does not consist of a fraction or decimal. The digit after the decimal is one, so the four would not round up it would stay the same.
Since the number before the decimal is the same, look at the 1st number after the decimal; the bigger that number, the bigger the value 0.9 is greater than 0.12
Decimals are there to show you a fraction. For example, 1 1/2 is the same as the decimal 1.5. It just shows you how close you are to a whole number in a different way than a fraction.
The value is the same, the whole number ( to the left of the decimal point ) is the same, but the fraction of 1 ( to the right of the decimal point) can be expressed as either a fraction or a decimal depending on its use, so for example: 1.375 is the same as 1 3/8
It means that you find a decimal number that has the same value as the fraction - or often a value that is close, since most fractions cannot be expressed exactly with a terminating decimal. Just divide the numerator by the denominator, to get an equivalent decimal.
There are an infinite number of fractions which have the same value as 3/8. For example 6/16 or 30/80. The decimal value of this fraction is 0.375
Same value -- different formats 37/100 (fraction) = 0.37 (decimal) = 37%
A decimal and a fraction can both express the same number, they are just written in a different format.
Neither, they are the same. For instance the decimal number 0.75 is equal to the fraction of 3/4.
a fraction where the numerator and the denominator are of the same value
Exact same if there was no negative sign, the number is the number.
Dividing a decimal by a whole number is the same as multiplying the decimal by the whole number's reciprocal. Convert that fraction to its decimal equivalent and proceed.