How do you Convert Fractions into Decimals and Vice Versa Conversion of Decimal into Fraction To change a decimal into a fraction, we have to follow the following steps: Step 1: Write the given number without decimal point as the numerator of the fraction. Step 2: Write 1 in the denominator followed by as many zeros as the number of decimal places in the given number. Step … [Read more...] about How do you Convert Fractions into Decimals and Vice Versa

# Pre Algebra

## Finding Factors And Multiples

FACTORS AND MULTIPLESMr Sharma wanted to withdraw Rs. 1000 from his bank account to purchase books for his children. The cashier gave him 10 hundred-rupee notes, i.e., Rs. 10 × 100 = Rs. 1000 Mr Sharma got the required amount. But the cashier could also give the same amount in the following ways:Here, we observe that in each case Mr Sharma got the same amount of Rs. … [Read more...] about Finding Factors And Multiples

## How To Convert Decimal Number Into Rational Number

Conversion Of Decimal Numbers Into Rational Numbers Of The Form m/n Case I: When the decimal number is of terminating nature. Algorithm:Step-1: Obtain the rational number. Step-2: Determine the number of digits in its decimal part. Step-3: Remove decimal point from the numerator. Write 1 in the denominator and put as many zeros on the right side of 1 as the number … [Read more...] about How To Convert Decimal Number Into Rational Number

## How To Find The HCF And LCM Using Prime Factorisation Method

Find The HCF And LCM using Prime Factorisation Method Relation between two numbers and their HCF and LCM Consider two numbers 18 and 24. Prime factorisation of 18 = 2 × 3 × 3 Prime factorisation of 24 = 2 × 2 × 2 × 3 So, HCF = 2 × 3 = 6 LCM = 2 × 2 × 2 × 3 × 3 = 72 Product of HCF and LCM = 6 × 72 = 432 Product of given numbers = 18 × 24 = 432 The product of LCM and … [Read more...] about How To Find The HCF And LCM Using Prime Factorisation Method

## Absolute Value of Complex Numbers

Absolute Value of Complex Numbers Geometrically, the absolute value of a complex number is the number's distance from the origin in the complex plane.In the diagram at the left, the complex number 8 + 6i is plotted in the complex plane on an Argand diagram (where the vertical axis is the imaginary axis). For this problem, the distance from the point 8 + 6i to the … [Read more...] about Absolute Value of Complex Numbers