1/2, 1/5, 3/4, 1/3, 1/10

0.20

.0075

3/4 of 1

It could be either 75/100 or 3/4

1/10 1/5 1/3 3/4 1/2

Well to convert the decimals to the fractions you have to follow the whole process which is very simple. If you can understand this process then you can easily convert any decimal into fraction and any fraction into decimal. The basic rule of thumb is to remove the decimal and add a 1 in the denominator for the decimal and then add equivalent number of zeros for the digits after the decimal in the numerator.

Let's take the example of .50

-- 50/100

-- 50 is called numerator/ 100 is called denominator

We have removed the decimal by 1 and as after the decimal there were two digits so we added two zeros after the 1 in the denominator. Now on further solving the fraction we get

-- ½ which is the required fraction

Now the rest of the decimal values can be solved accordingly.

-- .20

-- 20/100

-- 1/5 which is the required fraction

For the other value

-- .75

-- 75/100

-- 3/4 which is the required fraction

To convert a fraction into decimal, divide the numerator with the denominator. Take the example of ¾.

-- ¾

As numerator is less then denominator thus we will add a decimal in the quotient and add a zero in the numerator. Now our fraction becomes.

-- 30/4 with Quotient containing decimal

Divide 30/ 4, you will get

-- 2/4 with Quotient = .7

As numerator is less then denominator therefore add zero to the numerator

-- 20/4 with Quotient = .7

20 is fully divisible by 4 thus we have no remainder, and quotient is equal to the .75 which is our required decimal value.

Let's take the example of .50

-- 50/100

-- 50 is called numerator/ 100 is called denominator

We have removed the decimal by 1 and as after the decimal there were two digits so we added two zeros after the 1 in the denominator. Now on further solving the fraction we get

-- ½ which is the required fraction

Now the rest of the decimal values can be solved accordingly.

-- .20

-- 20/100

-- 1/5 which is the required fraction

For the other value

-- .75

-- 75/100

-- 3/4 which is the required fraction

To convert a fraction into decimal, divide the numerator with the denominator. Take the example of ¾.

-- ¾

As numerator is less then denominator thus we will add a decimal in the quotient and add a zero in the numerator. Now our fraction becomes.

-- 30/4 with Quotient containing decimal

Divide 30/ 4, you will get

-- 2/4 with Quotient = .7

As numerator is less then denominator therefore add zero to the numerator

-- 20/4 with Quotient = .7

20 is fully divisible by 4 thus we have no remainder, and quotient is equal to the .75 which is our required decimal value.

put 'em over 1, make them whole numbers and simplify

eg: 0.2

0.2/1 = 2/10

2 and 10 are divisable by 2 so divide both by 2:

1 and 5 = 1/5

1/2,1/5,1/4,1/3,1/10. Easy - that's all you really need to know.