If you find yourself in a position where you need to convert a fraction value to a decimal, don’t panic. We’ve developed an online decimal to fraction converter calculator that can quickly convert data in a fraction of a second. Use this online converter to get out of the scenario immediately.

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**Decimal**

A decimal fraction is another name for a decimal. A decimal is the same as a suitable fraction with a denominator of 10, 100, 1000, or higher powers of 10, but without the denominator and with the decimal point.

It is possible for a decimal to be negative.

**Fraction**

A fraction is a number formed by the ratio of two integers. If n and d are two integers, then n/d is a fraction as long as d is not equal to zero; otherwise, the fraction is undefined. Fractions can be both positive and negative.

The numerator is the highest number in a fraction, while the denominator is the lowest. The fraction is incorrect if the numerator is greater than the denominator.

**Decimal to Fraction Converter Use**

- In the first field, type the decimal value you want to convert to fraction.
- Make sure to input the decimal value in the appropriate format, such as : 0.256, 1.98, 19.258 and so on.
- The calculator will convert the entered value to fraction automatically.

**How to Convert Decimal to Fraction**

Converting a decimal value to a fraction may appear difficult, but if you don’t try it, how would you know that it is one of the easiest math problems to solve? We’ll walk you through the process and show you how to convert decimal to fractions using simple examples.

**Example **

1. Convert decimal value 0.98 into a fraction.

**Solution :**

We’ll keep things simple so that even a school student can also easily grasp the concept.

In the given problem the decimal value is 0.98

Step 1 : See how many numbers are there after decimal. In our case there are 2 numbers (98).

Step 2 : Divide the decimal value by 1. Now the value becomes ^{0.98}/_{1}

Step 3 : Multiply the numerator and denominator by 100. Here you would be wondering how the value 10 emerged. Take zero for every number after decimal. We have 2 numbers after decimal (98), so the multiplying value will be 100. **If the decimal value was 0.985 then we would have taken multiplying value as 1000.**

Step 4 : After multiplying with 100, we get ^{98}/_{100}

Step 5 : Simplifying the fraction to small numbers we get, ** ^{49}/_{50}** (dividing the numerator and denominator by 2,

**=**

^{98}/_{100}**)**

^{49}/_{50}As a result, converting 0.98 to a fraction gives^{ 49}/_{50}

**Example **

2. Convert decimal value 3.62 into a fraction

**Solution :**

The steps to convert this decimal into a fraction are similar to those of the previous problem.

Step 1 : Total numbers after the decimal = 2

Step 2 : Divide the decimal value by 1 = ^{3.62}/_{1}

Step 3 : Multiply the numerator and denominator by 100 (as there are 2 numbers after the decimal value there will be 2 zeroes in the multiplying value) = ^{3.62×100}/_{1×100} = ^{362}/_{100}

Step 4 : Simplify the fraction value to smaller number.

Step 5 : After simplifying we get the final answer = ** ^{181}/_{50}** (dividing numerator and denominator by 2)

As a result, converting 3.62 to a fraction gives ^{181}/_{50}

**Decimal ↔︎ Fraction Conversion Table**

Decimal | Fraction |

0.5 | 1/2 |

0.33332 | 1/3 |

0.25 | 1/4 |

0.2 | 1/5 |

0.16667 | 1/6 |

0.14286 | 1/7 |

0.125 | 1/8 |

0.11110 | 1/9 |

0.1 | 1/10 |

0.66667 | 2/3 |

0.5 | 2/4 |

0.4 | 2/5 |

0.33332 | 2/6 |

0.28570 | 2/7 |

0.25 | 2/8 |

0.22221 | 2/9 |

0.2 | 2/10 |

0.75 | 3/4 |

0.6 | 3/5 |

0.5 | 3/6 |

0.42856 | 3/7 |

0.375 | 3/8 |

0.33332 | 3/9 |

0.3 | 3/10 |

0.8 | 4/5 |

0.66665 | 4/6 |

0.57143 | 4/7 |

0.5 | 4/8 |

0.44443 | 4/9 |

0.4 | 4/10 |

0.83332 | 5/6 |

0.71428 | 5/7 |

0.625 | 5/8 |

0.45556 | 5/9 |

0.5 | 5/10 |