# Fractions to Decimals, page 55

## What is a fraction?

A fraction represents a part of a whole and consists of two numbers: a numerator (the top number) and a denominator (the bottom number). It signifies how many parts of an entire thing we have.

## What is a decimal?

A decimal is a way to express numbers less than one, or values between whole numbers, using a decimal point. The digits following the point represent parts of a whole in tenths, hundredths, etc.

**$8\frac{39}{40}$**

**What is 8 39/40 as a decimal?**

8 39/40 decimal awaits. First step: multiply. Conclude with a quick division.

**$8\frac{6}{11}$**

**What is 8 6/11 as a decimal?**

Decoding 8 6/11 made simple. Steps: multiply, unify, and then break apart.

**$8\frac{7}{10}$**

**What is 8 7/10 as a decimal?**

The conversion of 8 7/10. Begin with multiplying, add, and finalize with division.

**$\frac{8}{1}$**

**What is 8/1 as a decimal?**

A fraction, 8/1, has a decimal twin. Dive into division to discover it.

**$\frac{8}{21}$**

**What is 8/21 as a decimal?**

Venturing from 8/21 to its decimal? A quick calculation opens that door.

**$\frac{8}{24}$**

**What is 8/24 as a decimal?**

Let's decipher 8/24's decimal counterpart. Simple division is a trusted guide.

**$\frac{8}{27}$**

**What is 8/27 as a decimal?**

Unveil 8/27 in decimal style. It's just a quick division away from clarity.

**$87\frac{1}{2}$**

**What is 87 1/2 as a decimal?**

Simplify 87 1/2 to decimals. The tutorial: multiply, unify, and then disperse.

**$87\frac{24}{25}$**

**What is 87 24/25 as a decimal?**

Grasp 87 24/25 decimal nature. Strategy: multiply, amass, then neatly divide.

**$9\frac{1}{6}$**

**What is 9 1/6 as a decimal?**

Convert 9 1/6 to decimal form. Engage in multiplication, collection, and division.

**$9\frac{14}{15}$**

**What is 9 14/15 as a decimal?**

Deciphering 9 14/15? It's systematic. Multiply, integrate, and a division emerges.

**$\frac{9}{18}$**

**What is 9/18 as a decimal?**

Delve into 9/18 to decimal. Its decimal twin emerges through basic division.

**$9\frac{29}{40}$**

**What is 9 29/40 as a decimal?**

Explore the 9 29/40 decimal face. Steps: multiplication, summation, then division.

**$9\frac{9}{10}$**

**What is 9 9/10 as a decimal?**

9 9/10 in decimals? The blueprint is: augment, amalgamate, and then differentiate.

**$\frac{9}{1}$**

**What is 9/1 as a decimal?**

Charting 9/1's decimal path is easy. Begin with division; end with discovery.

**$\frac{97}{20}$**

**What is 97/20 as a decimal?**

The fraction 97/20 holds a decimal secret. Decoding is just a division away.

**$98\frac{1}{10}$**

**What is 98 1/10 as a decimal?**

For 98 1/10, start by multiplying. Sum up, divide, and reveal its decimal.

**$98\frac{2}{3}$**

**What is 98 2/3 as a decimal?**

Turn 98 2/3 into a decimal. First multiply, then sum, and conclude with division.

**$\frac{98}{100}$**

**What is 98/100 as a decimal?**

To morph 98/100 into a decimal, division is the wand. Wave it and see the magic.

**$\frac{98}{1000}$**

**What is 98/1000 as a decimal?**

Transform 98/1000 into its decimal form. A dive into division clarifies it.

**$\frac{68}{100}$**

**What is 68/100 as a decimal?**

Embrace 68/100's transition to decimals. A swift division brings it to light.