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Q: What jobs use converting fractions to decimals and decimals to fractions?

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There are 137 jobs that use fractions.

The fraction 1/3=0.3333333... In this case it is better to use fractions just like in all cases. There will be no case when decimals will work better than fractions however, if a test says to use decimals; USE THEM!

A strong working understanding of fractions and decimals is essential for nurses. They must be familiar enough with fractions and decimals to quickly and accurately divide, multiply, add and subtract dosages as well as convert fractions to decimals and vice versa. Conceptual understating of fractions and decimals is essential since half doses, extra doses and time-delayed dosages must be calculated correctly. Nurses also need to know how to convert fractions and decimals to percentages in order to explain medication instructions accurately and easily to their patients. Read more about how math is related to nursing at the link I provided below.

You can use decimals in money.

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They have to log in to there accounts

There are 137 jobs that use fractions.

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yes because they thought that fractions were kind of hard so they used decimals

A job. Most jobs will use these some time or another.

Accountants typically convert fractions to decimals. They do this by dividing the fractions and getting a decimal number. Decimals are easier to work with in accounting.

Because that it s harder to work out percentages than fractions and decimals

fractions are just decimals in a different form.A cereal box has decimals on its network

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It is important because depending on the problem it is easier to use fractions or decimals. Sometimes the problem is asking for an exact answer, in which case you would keep it in fraction form.

Accountants use decimals by simply dividing the fractions and getting a decimal number. One does not need to be an accountant to use decimals.

Fractions (as well as decimals) are used to work with numbers that are not exact integers.

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