## How do you calculate decimals?

Step 1: Write down the decimal divided by 1, like this: decimal 1. Step 2: Multiply both top and bottom by 10 for every number after the decimal point. (For example, if there are two numbers after the decimal point, then use 100, if there are three then use 1000, etc.)

**How to learn decimals easy?**

1) Start by reviewing whole number place values. Write down whole numbers and explain that each number stands for a place value. 2) Explain that decimals are “in-between” numbers. Explain that not all numbers are whole numbers. 3) Introduce decimal place values. Explain that, like whole numbers, there are place values to the right of a decimal point. 4) Describe how fractions and decimals are related. Explain that decimals and fractions are 2 ways of representing “in-between” numbers. 5) Explain how to convert fractions to decimals using division. Write down basic sample fractions, such as 1/4, 1/2, and 3/4. 6) Practice reading fractions and decimal values out loud. Write down a series of mixed decimal numbers and read them out loud. 7) Explain how to see if one number is bigger than another. Describe how place values in whole numbers and decimals differ. 8) Add zeroes to help your students visualize place values. It might be tough for beginners to compare numbers such as 3.5 and 3.350, since 350 looks like it’s bigger

### What is the decimal of a fraction?

Definition Of Decimal Fraction. A Decimal Fraction is a fraction in which the denominator is a power of ten. Decimal fraction can be easily converted into decimal by inserting a decimal separator in the value of the numerator at the position from the right in accordance with the power of ten of the denominator.

**How do you put fractions and decimals in order?**

To compare and order fractions, start by converting them into decimals. To make the fractions decimals, just divide the numerators, which are the top numbers, by the denominators, which are the bottom numbers. Then, order the decimals from greatest to smallest.