How Are the Numerator and Denominator Determined When Converting Decimal to a Fraction?

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You can convert a decimal to a fraction easily by just doing a few simple steps. First, you need to write down the decimal divided by 1. for example, the decimal is .80 so .80/1. Then you need to multiply the top and bottom of the fraction by 100. So, .80 times 100 is 80, 1 times 100 is 100, the fraction would become 80/100. After that, you need to simplify the fraction. So if we simplify 80/100, it would become 4/5. The 80/100 is called a decimal fraction and the 4/5 is called a common fraction.
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1. Write the decimal number with a denominator of 1. For example, take the decimal number .25 and write it thus: .25/1. 2. Count how many digits there are after the decimal point.
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Maybe an example will make it clear. Example: 13/3. 3 goes into 13 4 times; so start by writing the 4. 4. Now put the decimal place after the 4. 4. Now there is 1 remainder, so add
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You may just notice that. 1/99 = 0.010101010101010101. So: 4700/9900 = 0.47474747474747. 53/9900 = 0.005353535353. 4753/9900 = 0.480101010101. Or simply notice that 4753/9900 = 4752
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When you convert a mixed number in lowest terms to a decimal (mixed) number, you need only convert the fractional part. The whole number part is unchanged in the two representations
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1. Write the decimal number with a denominator of 1. For example, take the decimal number .25 and write it thus: .25/1. 2. Count how many digits there are after ...
1. Write the decimal number with a denominator of 1. For example, take the decimal number .25 and write it thus: .25/1. 2. Count how many digits there are after ...
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