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Decimal to Fraction Calculator

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Use this calculator to convert a decimal number to a fraction. To use the calculator, simply enter a decimal value into the box and click the 'convert' button. To convert a number with repeating decimals, enter the number of trailing decimal places (digits from the end of the number) to repeat. Should you wish to add, subtract, multiply, divide or simplify fractions, please see the fractions calculator.


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Decimal to fraction FAQ


Repeating decimals

With my decimal to fraction calculator, you have the ability to enter repeating decimals by entering a figure into the 'Number of trailing decimal places to repeat' box. Simply enter the number of digits from the end of the decimal to repeat. For other non-repeating decimals, keep the default setting at 0.

As an example, if you want to convert a repeating decimal such as 1.234... then you should enter 1.234 into the Decimal box and 3 into the Number of trailing decimal places to repeat box (signifying that the last 3 digits of the number should repeat).

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How to convert a decimal to a fraction

Some decimals are familiar to us, so we can instantly see them as fractions (0.5 is 1/2, for example). But what of other less obvious decimals - how can you figure out what 0.42, 0.71 or 0.615 is as a fraction, for example? Fear not, for we are here to help with our article on how to convert a decimal to a fraction.


If you have any problems using my decimal to fraction conversion tool, or any suggestions, please contact me.