In this Math tutorial, you will learn:
Do you know how to write the amount "three out of ten" as a fraction?
The same for "two out of three". Can you express this amount as a fraction with a denominator 10? Why? What if you try to express this value as a decimal?
What number does a calculator show when you divide 10 by 3? What do you notice about the result obtained?
In this tutorial, we will explain decimal and fraction-decimal conversion. In addition, we will provide the meaning of recurring decimals and the method used to express them as fraction. Numerous examples will be provided to illustrate these concepts and conversion methods.
Please select a specific "Converting Fractions to Decimals and Vice-versa" lesson from the table below, review the video tutorial, print the revision notes or use the practice question to improve your knowledge of this math topic.
|Tutorial ID||Math Tutorial Title||Tutorial||Video|
|3.5||Converting Fractions to Decimals and Vice-versa|
|Lesson ID||Math Lesson Title||Lesson||Video|
|3.5.2||The Meaning of Decimals. Converting Fractions into Decimals without a Calculator|
|3.5.3||Converting Decimals to Fractions|
|3.5.4||Converting Recurrent Fractions into Decimals|
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