This platform shows that how to convert decimal (up to 1 decimal places) to fractions, in a very simple form.
Or click any decimal number to see it as a fraction.
Decimals and fractions both represent numbers lesser than 1. So there might be many situations where you might be required to convert decimals into fractions. Even for students, it is one of the basic concepts in Mathematics which they are taught at an early age and required to apply in solving problems for Maths, Physics, Chemistry, etc.
For converting decimals into a fraction, the first thing to know is about the decimal place values. The decimal place values is a positional system where the position of a number with respect to the decimal point represents its value. The decimal system is based upon the ten’s system, with the base as ten, and each number to the right of the decimal having the power of ten in increasing order.
The first decimal place, or one decimal place, is the positional value of the number right after the decimal. The value of such number is tenths and as the numbers to the right of the decimal increases, the value keeps on increasing to the power of tenths.
For instance, 0.9, 0.7, 1.5, etc. are the decimal numbers with one decimal place. These can be denoted in their fraction value by diving the number without the decimal with 10. For instance, 0.9 can be written in its fraction form as 9/10.
Here we have provided you with the decimal to fraction calculator which you can use to convert decimals into fractions easily within seconds. You just need to enter a number up to 20 decimal digits and click on the button to get its fraction value.
Here we have also provided you with a table consisting of some decimal numbers with one decimal place and their fraction value for your easy reference. So you just need to click on them to get the respective fraction value.