Decimal to Fraction

An exact or repeating decimal number can be expressed as a fraction.

Exact Decimal to Fraction

If the fraction is decimal exact, the numerator of the fraction has the number given without the decimal point, and the denominator has the number 1 followed by as many zeros as there are decimal places in the original decimal number.

Exact Decimal to Fraction

Repeating Decimal to Fraction

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If the fraction is periodicly pure, the numerator of the fraction has the number given without the decimal point, minus the integer part (the number before the decimal), and denominator has the number formed by as many digits of nine as there are decimal points (quantity of numbers after the decimal point).

Repeating Decimal to Fraction

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If the fraction is periodicly mixed, the numerator of the fraction has the number given without the decimal point, minus the integer part followed by the non-recurrent decimal places, and the denominator has a number formed by as many digits of nine as the number has recurrent decimal places, followed by so many zeros as the digits have the decimal non-recurrent.

Repeating Decimal to Fraction