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# Decimal Fraction Question with Solution

**Decimal Fraction Question **

On this page, you will learn about the Decimal Fraction Questions with solution, with the types of Decimal Fractions and also some solved questions with explanation.

## Types of Decimal and Fraction

The decimals is of two types :

**Non recurring decimal or terminating decimal**

As the name proposes, non-recurring signifies the number which do not reappear or reiterate that is they terminate or come to an end such as, 0.5, 0.25, as well as 0.125 or more. For the mater of converting these fractions, only the numerator has to be divided with the denominator. For instance, if you have to convert 1/4 into a decimal then you need to divide 1 by 4 to get the answer as 0.25.

**Converting 0.5 into fraction**

0.5 = 5 / 10

= 1 / 2, or

**converting 1/4 into Decimal**

Dividing 1 by 4 we will get

= 0.25

**Recurring decimal or non-terminating decimal**

It can be said from the name itself that signifies the number which reappears or reiterate that is they do not terminate or come to an end, such as. 0.333…, 0.545454…. and more. For converting these fractions, all we have to do is to divide the numerator with the denominator. For instance, if you want to convert 1/3 in a decimal, then divide 1 by 3 to get the result as 0.333…

**Converting 1/3 into decimal**

Dividing 1 by 3 we will get

= 0.333..

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