# Convert Decimals to Fractions

There are three sets of converting decimals worksheets.
Convert Decimals to Fractions
Convert Decimals to Mixed Numbers
Convert Repeating Decimals to Fractions

Free math worksheets to help Grade 6 students learn how to convert decimals to fractions. Include converting decimals to fractions word problems.

### How to convert a decimal to a fraction?

Check that the decimal is less than 1. If the decimal is greater than 1 then use the convert to a mixed number method.

1. Write the decimal value as the numerator of the fraction: For example, 0.75 is 75 hundredths and so the numerator is 75.
2. Determine the denominator based on the number of decimal places: Since 0.75 has two decimal places, the denominator will be 10 raised to the power of the number of decimal places. In this case, it’s 102 = 100.
3. Simplify the fraction if possible: In this case, 75/100 can be simplified by dividing both the numerator and denominator by their greatest common divisor, which is 25. After simplifying, the fraction becomes 3/4.

So, 0.75 as a fraction is 3/4.

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There are two sets of convert decimals to fractions worksheets.

• Convert Decimals to Fractions (do not simplify answers)
• Convert Decimals to Fractions (simplify answers)

### More Convert Decimals to Fractions Worksheets

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Decimals to Fractions Worksheet #1 (do not simplify answers)
Decimals to Fractions Worksheet #2 (simplify answers)

### Convert Decimals to Fractions Word Problems

1. Emily scored 0.75 of the total points in a game. What fraction of the total points did she score?
2. A recipe calls for 0.6 kilograms of flour. Express this amount as a fraction in its simplest form.
3. A group of students spent 0.25 of their time studying math. What fraction of their time was spent on math?

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