Know the available terms: every number in the fraction
comes with its own names. A top number in
the fraction is known as the numerator, and the bottom number is known as the
denominator. The fraction does express
the idea of a numerator, and it is divided by a denominator. The example is three over four which is 3/4, and this means that it is 3 that should be divided by a 4. You may use the idea in changing fraction in decimals.

Rewrite the fraction: you should start by changing the decimal in the fraction and to rewrite
the fraction as the workable math
problem.

Solve the problem:
you should start by solving x if it is found in the problem before you can change the fraction in
the decimal. If the fraction is a
number of itself, then the answer is going to be 1.

Solving the fraction using remainders; you can find
simple fraction which has the remainders
and then divides them. When there is a remainder, then you should
add zero after the decimal.

- Whenever it is possible, you have to solve the
division problems and make sure that there is no remainder.

- Keep
track of the place where the decimal has to be.
You may get wrong decimal since you may have removed the place where the decimal point has to be.

Solving fraction that has
repeating decimal; sometimes the fraction cannot be divided well into other numbers. If this takes place, you will have the
repeating decimal. This will lead to the
remainder, and the decimal number will
continue to repeat itself.

- When
the remainder is the same, even if you continue to add zero, the same remainder
will be the same, and the same number you
are getting will continue to come

- In
writing the answer, you should cut off decimals at the amount of the places
which are needed for the assignment. You
may put the straight line over the number that repeats itself to show that it
is the same that comes back.

Changing of the complicated fraction; you can find some fractions that are more complicated compared to
others since it takes more time in dividing them. You should use the remainder until it gets
finished.

Solving the irregular
fraction; the complicated fraction has a definite decimal answer. You can
find some fractions that have always the remainder. Contrary to repeating
decimal, the decimal will not have pattern. Even if you may continue, you will still have
the remainder so you should write only the decimal up to the required number.