change 9_ 1.000 to a decimal

you take the top number(numerator) and divide it by the bottom number(denominator). ex. 5/6 you would divide 5 by 6 and get .83 repeating

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9 over 1.00 is the same as 9 over 1, that is written as 9/1.

1) any zeros placed after the decimal point has no value at all like 1.000000000000 it is still just the same as 1. but the case is is different when you write 1.01 this is not the same as 1.000.

2) all whole numbers have a denominator of 1

3) whole numbers cannot be changed to decimal

a) 1 is 1, 2 is 2, etc. 1 can never be equal to 1.0001 but 1

can be equal to 1.000000. if you really insist of

changing the whole number to decimal then try to put

.00000 after the whole number. by then you are not

changing the value of the whole number

b) whole number and decimals are just 2 of the many types

rational numbers

1) any zeros placed after the decimal point has no value at all like 1.000000000000 it is still just the same as 1. but the case is is different when you write 1.01 this is not the same as 1.000.

2) all whole numbers have a denominator of 1

3) whole numbers cannot be changed to decimal

a) 1 is 1, 2 is 2, etc. 1 can never be equal to 1.0001 but 1

can be equal to 1.000000. if you really insist of

changing the whole number to decimal then try to put

.00000 after the whole number. by then you are not

changing the value of the whole number

b) whole number and decimals are just 2 of the many types

rational numbers

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