Let’s do this by an example
46.8
There is only one digit after decimal point,
If we remove decimal point, we divide by 10
46.8 = 468/10
Similarly,
And,
428.95 = 42895/100
26.5 = 265/10
89.8 = 898/10
Last updated at April 16, 2019 by Teachoo
Let’s do this by an example
46.8
There is only one digit after decimal point,
If we remove decimal point, we divide by 10
46.8 = 468/10
Similarly,
And,
428.95 = 42895/100
26.5 = 265/10
89.8 = 898/10
Transcript
Two digits after decimal point And, 428.95 = 42895/100 26.5 = 265/10 89.8 = 898/10
Decimals to fractions
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