To convert fractions to decimals involves the transformation of fractional values into their decimal representations. Usually, converting fractions to decimals involves dividing the top number, or numerator, by the bottom number, or denominator. For example, in the fraction `3/4, 0.75` is obtained by dividing `3` by `4`. Its widely used to perform basic algebraic operations like addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.

Algebra 1

Algebra Foundations