What is 0.0625 as a Fraction
The fraction represents the fractional part of the total. Every question has two components, the numerator and the denominator, where the numerator is the number at the top, and the denominator is the number at the bottom. For instance, the fraction 8/10 contains 8 as the numerator and 10 as the denominator. For greater clarity, we'll use a real-world example: If you divide the apple into two equal pieces, each represents half of the entire apple. We are currently talking about the fraction 0.0625. Since the solution is 1/16, the fraction 0.0625 is 1/16.
Step 1: To convert 0.0625 to a fraction, please rewrite 0.0625 in p/q where p and q are positive integers like 0.0625 can be written as 0.0625/1 to be written in fraction.
Step 2: Now, we will count the number of fractional digits after the decimal value of 0.0625, which in the problem is 4. We will multiply the numerator and denominator of 0.0625/1 each value by 10 to the power of many digits; for example, if we have 0.87, then we have 2 fractional digits, so we would multiply by 100 or for the taken example if the problem states that 0.897 now we have 3 fractional digits so we would multiply the digits by 1000.
0.0625 = 0625/10000
Step 3: Now, for the last step, please simplify by reducing the digits and finding the closest smallest factors if possible.
Fraction form is when the number is expressed as the ratio of a/b where in denominator b can't be 0.
0.0625 as a Per Cent
=0.0625 in per cent
0.0625 as a Percent is 6.25%
Level of Precision of 0.0625
The level of precision is defined as how many digits up and down we can do as it is the exactness of the number; this can be of two types up precision and down precision; in the given problem 0.0625, the up precision is 0.063, and the don precision is 0.061 this is the level of precision for the given problem.
Can All Decimal Values be Converted into Fractions?
The answer is a complete no, and not all decimals can be converted into fractions terminating decimal values with a basic number of digits after the decimal value, for example,3845.9345=38459345/10000.
Recurring decimal values have one or more repeating numbers after the infinite decimal point. For example, 9980.3765=99803765/10000=376/1000=37/100=1/3 to be rounded off.
Irrational decimal goes on forever and not forms a repeating pattern, for example, 0.56754638…
Question 1. Leena needs 3/2 cups of sugar to bake a cake. She decided to make 6 cakes for her friends. How many cups of sugar did she need to make the 6 cakes?
Ans: Leena needs 3/2 cup of sugar to make a cake.
The total cups of sugar required to have 6 cakes is calculated by multiplying the sugar needed for 1 cake by the number of cakes that needs to be prepared by Leena and is given by 3/2x6
Now convert the above-mixed fraction to an improper fraction by multiplying the denominator with the whole and adding to the numerator keeping the same denominator as
3/2= (whole x denominator) + numerator)/denominator
(1x2) + 1/2=3/2
The total cups of sugar needed for making 6 cakes =3/2x6=9
Hence Leena needs 9 cups of sugar to make six cakes.
Question 2. Rohan ate 0.08 of his pizza and converted the amount of Pizza consumed into fractions in simplest form.
So overall, all these types of problems are solved by these simple and easy steps. The examples shown in the article also solve all types of problems. So for converting any decimal values into fractions, these steps must be followed for better execution of the problem; by following these steps, one can also determine any value but as many hard to a hard word problem.
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