Learn the basics to convert decimal to fraction Learn the steps to quickly perform the conversion. Examples are provided.

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The example below shows how you can convert 0.12 to a fraction:

0.12 has two decimal places. To remove the decimal point in 0.12, we can multiply 0.12 with 100. This gives 12, as shown below:


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Since we multiplied 0.12 with 100 to get 12, it is important to divide 12 by 100 so that it will remain equivalent to 0.12. By doing so, we have a fraction as shown below:


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00:00:03.210In this lesson, we will learn how to convert decimal to fraction.00:00:09.150Let"s start by analyzing this fraction, 1/2. Now, we know that this fraction is the same as 1 divided by 2.00:00:20.090By dividing, we get 0.5.00:00:24.190Now, if we are given 0.5, how do we convert 0.5 back to fraction, 1/2? Here’s how.00:00:35.210Logically, to convert 0.5, we need to find a way to remove this decimal point.00:00:43.110To do so, since 0.5 has 1 decimal place, we can multiply it with 10. By doing so, we get 5.00:00:54.080However, since we multiply 0.5 with 10, we have to divide it by 10 to keep the equation equal.00:01:02.190Now, we have, (0.5x10)/10. Simplifying the numerator gives the fraction, 5/10.00:01:14.050Note that, we can simplify this fraction, by dividing the numerator and denominator with 5. 00:01:21.240This gives 1/2.00:01:24.230With this, we have successfully converted 0.5 to a fraction, 1/2.00:01:35.180Now, let"s take a look at more examples to convert decimal to fraction.00:01:41.170Convert 0.19 to a fraction.00:01:46.030Now, since 0.19 has 2 decimal places, we can remove the decimal point, by multiplying 0.19 with 100.00:01:56.240This gives 19.00:02:00.050Since we multiplied with 100, we need to divide 19 with 100, so that this term remains equal to 0.19.00:02:10.160Now, we have a fraction and this fraction cannot be simplified. Hence, we have converted 0.19 to a fraction, 19/100.00:02:25.160Next example convert 0.128 to a fraction.00:02:31.130Similar to the previous example, since 0.128 has 3 decimal places, we can remove the decimal point by multiplying 0.128 with 1000.00:02:44.090This gives 128. Now, since we multiplied by 1000, we need to divide 128 with 1000 to keep this term equals to 0.128.00:02:59.030Hence, we have 128/1000.00:03:05.010Now, notice that we can simplify this fraction by dividing the numerator and denominator with 8.00:03:12.020By doing so, we get 16/125. This fraction cannot be simplified further. Therefore, 0.128 in the form of fraction is, 16/125. 00:03:29.160This is all for this lesson. Try out the practice questions to further your understanding.


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