LEARN MATH STEP BY STEP THROUGH VERY EASY PROCESS

CONVERSION FROM FRACTION TO DECIMAL

__CONVERSION OF FRACTION INTO DECIMAL__

**
52**

**Example.1)
---------- = ?**

**
10**

**Step.1)****
In the given fraction, we can see in the ‘Denominator’ there are one ‘0’
Zero. **

**52 can be written as
52.00 or 52.0 **

**So, 52 = 52.0 = 52.00
= 52.000 is same value**

**Step.2)****
So, decimal point can move from left towards right of the ‘Numerator’ of the
given Fraction. The number of step movement of Decimal point should be
according to the number of ‘0’ Zero after 1 in Denominator of the given
fraction is provided.**

** 23**

**Example.2)
---------- = ?**

**
**

**
1000**

**Step.1)****
In the given fraction, we can see in the ‘Denominator’ there are one ‘0’
Zero. 23 can be written as 23.00 or 23.0 **

**So, 23 = 23.0 =
23.00 = 23.000 is same value.**

**Step.2)****
So, the decimal point can move from left towards right of the ‘Numerator’ of the
given Fraction. The step movement of the Decimal point should be according to
the number of ‘0’ Zero after 1 in Denominator of the given fraction is
provided. There are 3 Zero after 1 in the ‘Denominator’ of the given
fraction is provided. So the decimal point should move three steps from left to the right of
the ‘Numerator’. **

**0023 = 023 = 23 value of the given series are the same because value of Zero before digit is ‘NULL’**

**
8.6**

**Example.3)
---------- = ?**

**
10000**

**Step.1)****
In the given fraction, we can see in the ‘Denominator’ there are one ‘0’
Zero. **

**8.6 can be written as
8.60 or 8.600**

**So, 8.6 = 8.60 =
8.600 = 8.6000 are same value, 08.6 = 008.6 = 0008.6 = 00008.6 are same
value**

**Step.2)****
So, decimal point can move from left towards right of the ‘Numerator’ of the
given Fraction. The step movement of the Decimal point should be according to
the number of ‘0’ Zero after 1 in Denominator of the given fraction is
providedThere are 4 Zero after 1 in the ‘Denominator’ of the given fraction
is provided. So the decimal point should move four steps from left to the right of the
‘Numerator’.**