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## Fractions to Decimals - Sample Math Practice Problems

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### Complexity=1

Find the decimal equivalent to the fraction. Example: 1/2 = .5

1.
 182100
2.
 8850

### Complexity=3

Find the decimal equivalent to the fraction. Example: 1/2 = .5

1.
 56100
2.
 125

### Complexity=5

Find the decimal equivalent to the fraction. Example: 1/2 = .5

1.
 24
2.
 2825

### Complexity=7

Find the decimal equivalent to the fraction. Example: 1/2 = .5

1.
 126100
2.
 3825

### Complexity=5, Mode=multiple

Find the decimal equivalent to the fraction. Example: 1/2 = .5

1.
 164200
2.
 147300

### Complexity=15, Mode=multiple

Find the decimal equivalent to the fraction. Example: 1/2 = .5

1.
 24400
2.
 248400

## Answers

### Complexity=1

Find the decimal equivalent to the fraction. Example: 1/2 = .5

#ProblemCorrect AnswerYour Answer
1
 182100
Solution
With denominator=100, take 182.0 and move the decimal two places to the left to get 1.82.
#ProblemCorrect AnswerYour Answer
2
 8850
Solution
Make the denominator 100 by multiplying the numerator and denominator by 2.
Now you have this:
 176100

With denominator=100, take 176.0 and move the decimal two places to the left to get 1.76.

### Complexity=3

Find the decimal equivalent to the fraction. Example: 1/2 = .5

#ProblemCorrect AnswerYour Answer
1
 56100
Solution
With denominator=100, take 56.0 and move the decimal two places to the left to get 0.56.
#ProblemCorrect AnswerYour Answer
2
 125
Solution
Make the denominator 100 by multiplying the numerator and denominator by 4.
Now you have this:
 4100

With denominator=100, take 4.0 and move the decimal two places to the left to get 0.04.

### Complexity=5

Find the decimal equivalent to the fraction. Example: 1/2 = .5

#ProblemCorrect AnswerYour Answer
1
 24
Solution
Make the denominator 100 by multiplying the numerator and denominator by 25.
Now you have this:
 50100

With denominator=100, take 50.0 and move the decimal two places to the left to get 0.5.
#ProblemCorrect AnswerYour Answer
2
 2825
Solution
Make the denominator 100 by multiplying the numerator and denominator by 4.
Now you have this:
 112100

With denominator=100, take 112.0 and move the decimal two places to the left to get 1.12.

### Complexity=7

Find the decimal equivalent to the fraction. Example: 1/2 = .5

#ProblemCorrect AnswerYour Answer
1
 126100
Solution
With denominator=100, take 126.0 and move the decimal two places to the left to get 1.26.
#ProblemCorrect AnswerYour Answer
2
 3825
Solution
Make the denominator 100 by multiplying the numerator and denominator by 4.
Now you have this:
 152100

With denominator=100, take 152.0 and move the decimal two places to the left to get 1.52.

### Complexity=5, Mode=multiple

Find the decimal equivalent to the fraction. Example: 1/2 = .5

#ProblemCorrect AnswerYour Answer
1
 164200
Solution
Make the denominator 100 by dividing the numerator and denominator by 2.
Now you have this:
 82100

With denominator=100, take 82.0 and move the decimal two places to the left to get 0.82.
#ProblemCorrect AnswerYour Answer
2
 147300
Solution
Make the denominator 100 by dividing the numerator and denominator by 3.
Now you have this:
 49100

With denominator=100, take 49.0 and move the decimal two places to the left to get 0.49.

### Complexity=15, Mode=multiple

Find the decimal equivalent to the fraction. Example: 1/2 = .5

#ProblemCorrect AnswerYour Answer
1
 24400
Solution
Make the denominator 100 by dividing the numerator and denominator by 4.
Now you have this:
 6100

With denominator=100, take 6.0 and move the decimal two places to the left to get 0.06.
#ProblemCorrect AnswerYour Answer
2
 248400
Solution
Make the denominator 100 by dividing the numerator and denominator by 4.
Now you have this:
 62100

With denominator=100, take 62.0 and move the decimal two places to the left to get 0.62.
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