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A **fraction** (from Latin fractus, "broken") represents a part of a whole or, more
generally, any number of equal parts. When spoken in everyday English, a
**fraction** describes how many parts of a certain size there are, for example, one-
half, eight-fifths, three-quarters. A common, vulgar, or simple **fraction** (examples:
1 2 ...

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Step 1: 0.375 = ^{375}⁄1000. Step 2: Simplify ^{375}⁄1000 = ^{3}⁄8. See 0.375 as a
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Please convert all your dimensions to decimal **notation**, using the table below.
This will allow you to fill in the fields. Example - 64 3/8 inches would equal 64.375
inches. 1/16 = .062, 1/8 = .125, 3/16 = .187, 1/4 = .250, 5/16 = .312. 3/8 = .**375**, 7/
16 = .437, 1/2 = .500, 9/16 = .562, 5/8 = .625. 11/16 = .687, 3/4 = .750, 13/16 = .
812 ...

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Conversion Table. **Fraction**. Decimal. Picas. Points. 1/16 .0625 .**375**. 4.5. 1/8 .125
.75. 9. 3/16 .1875. 1p1.51. 13.5. 1/4 .25. 1p6. 18. 5/16 .3125. 1p10.5. 22.5. 3/8 .
**375**. 2p3. 27. 7/16 .4375. 2p7.5. 31.5. 1/2 .5. 3p. 36. 9/16 .5625. 3p4.5. 40.5. 5/8 .
625. 3p9. 45. 11/16 .6875. 4p2.5. 50.5. 3/4 .75. 4p6. 54. 13/16 .8125. 4p10.5.
58.5.

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**Notation** (*) Don't all fractions recur? [frac to dec calc] **Fraction**-to-Decimal
Calculator (o) Converting a decimal **fraction** into a proper **fraction** [dec to frac calc
] ... ^{3}/8 = 0·**375**. Such fractions are called terminating decimal fractions. Others get
into a loop where a digit (or several digits) repeat for ever, e.g.. ^{1}/3 = 0·333333.

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Decimals and fractions represent the same thing: a number that is not exactly a
whole number. This page will show you how to convert a decimal into its
equivalent **fraction**.

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Dec 20, 2016 **...** We also need to multiply the denominator by 1000 to keep the value of the
**fraction** the same: 0.3751(1)=0.3751(10001000)=**375**1000. So now we have a
**fraction** and can technically stop there. But let's reduce the **fraction** to lowest
terms: **375**1000=5×755×200=5×5×155×5×40=5×5×5×35×5×5×8=5×5×5 ...

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Date: 8/20/96 at 11:40:35 From: Doctor Anthony Subject: Re: Express **Fraction** as
a Decimal A decimal like 0.2345 means in **fraction notation** ... You do this by
dividing 8 into 3 0.375 -------- 8|3 0 2 4 ---- 60 56 ---- 40 40 ----- 0 and so 3/8 is the
same as **375**/1000 An alternative could be to find by what factor ...

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3 3 4 = 3 + 3 4. 3 + ( 3 ÷ 4 ). 3 + 0.75 = 3.75. Convert the decimal to a percent: =
3.75 × 100 = **375** %. Solution 2 ... The mixed number to percentage calculator
finds the decimal equivalent by finding the decimal value of the **fraction**, adding
the decimal to the whole number part of the mixed number, and multiplying by
100 to ...