Press here to CLOSE XInstructions for Fractions to Decimals

Convert the fractions on the left side of the equations to decimals to the tenths or hundredths place. Figure out what the missing decimal number is and type it in. Remember the decimal point! Converting fractions to decimals can be very difficult, so have a pencil and paper handy. (Hint - all the answers are between 0 and 4.) If your answer is correct, the problem will change color. Click on the problem, press the ENTER or RETURN key, or click on the reset problem button to set a new problem.

Click on the check mark at the bottom to keep score! You can choose the number of problems by clicking up and down by the 25 default. After you think you've correctly solved the problem, reset it. Please note the problem will not change color when it is keeping score in the challenge mode. Each time you reset the problem, the left counter increases for each correct answer; the right counter counts the number of problems you've done. If the answer isn't right, the correct answer will display to the right of the counter when you reset the problem. When you're done, your score will be shown on the screen.

Click the teacher's apple to return to the decimals & percentages home page.

Convert the fractions on the left side of the equations to decimals to the tenths or hundredths place. Figure out what the missing decimal number is and type it in. Remember the decimal point! Converting fractions to decimals can be very difficult, so have a pencil and paper handy. (Hint - all the answers are between 0 and 4.) If your answer is correct, the problem will change color. Click on the problem, press the ENTER or RETURN key, or click on the reset problem button to set a new problem.

Click on the check mark at the bottom to keep score! You can choose the number of problems by clicking up and down by the 25 default. After you think you've correctly solved the problem, reset it. Please note the problem will not change color when it is keeping score in the challenge mode. Each time you reset the problem, the left counter increases for each correct answer; the right counter counts the number of problems you've done. If the answer isn't right, the correct answer will display to the right of the counter when you reset the problem. When you're done, your score will be shown on the screen.

Click the teacher's apple to return to the decimals & percentages home page.

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