# Decimals to Fractions, page 94

## 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.

## 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.

**9167**

**What is 9167 as a fraction?**

Converting 9167: Understanding its inherent form in fractional mathematics.

**9333**

**What is 9333 as a fraction?**

The properties of 9333 reveal its consistent conversion into a fraction.

**935**

**What is 935 as a fraction?**

935's representation in numbers, consistent in its fractional state.

**937**

**What is 937 as a fraction?**

The number 937 stays the same, even when written in fractions.

**0.246**

**What is 0.246 as a fraction?**

Conversion 0.246: its journey from being a decimal to a fraction.

**1.1111**

**What is 1.1111 as a fraction?**

Decoding 1.1111: unveiling its mathematical shift to a fractional form.

**15.8**

**What is 15.8 as a fraction?**

Understanding 15.8 better by converting it into its fractional equivalent.