Math and Arithmetic

# How do you make 2.42 decmal in a fraction?

012 ###### 2012-11-18 06:38:08

0.42 is equivalent to 42/100 = 21/50 as a fraction.

Therefore the given number is equivalent to 2 + 21/50 = 121/50.

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## Related Questions Divide the numerator by the denominator 1/4 = 0.25 The fraction 242/9 cannot be reduced any more. Do the division. 3/4 = 3 divided by 4 = 0.75  Not so sure about a decmal, but as a decimal, it is 0.166... 9.68 as an improper fraction in its simplest form is 242/25 To convert 0.242 to a fraction:= 242/1000 or 121/500  -2.42 is a fraction. It is a fraction in decimal form rather than in the form of a ratio. However, that does not stop it being a fraction. Its rational equivalent is -242/100 which can be simplified. 24.4 = 244/10 = 122/5 (fraction) = 242/5 (mixed number). 48.4 = 484/10 = 482/5 or the mixed number as an improper fraction 482/5 = 242/5 the answer is 4.765 10% is the same as saying 1/10. a quick way to do this is to move the decmal left by one digit. if you took 1% or 1/100 of a number then you move the decmal over 2 digits. if you took .1% or 1/1000 of a number then you move the decmal over 3 digits. this pattern continues a long as you want. it also works the other way. if you times a numeber by 10, you move the decmal right one digit, if you times a number by 100 then you move the decmal over two spaces and so on. 1, 2, 11, 22, 121, 242 | 1 x 242, 2 x 121, 11 x 22. 1 x 242 = 242 2 x 121 = 242 11 x 22 = 242 22 x 11 = 242 121 x 2 = 242 242 x 1 = 242  To make a decimal into a percent you multiply the decimal by 100. ex: .05 = 5% 1 = 100% .4 = 40% and so on 16.7% of 242= 16.7% * 242= 0.167 * 242= 40.414   I assume (with my mental maths) that it is 0.63   2.42 is a fraction. It is a fraction in decimal form rather than in the form of a ratio. However, that does not stop it being a fraction. And, since it is a decimal fraction, there is not another simpler decimal form. Its equivalent, in rational form, is 242/100 which simplifies to 121/50.  242 lbs is the same as 242 pounds.

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