0.5 as a fraction

So let’s know what is 0.5 as a fraction

different from decimal

Would you like to know how the decimal number 0.5 is written as a part?

Here we will show you the best way to convert more than 0.5 bit by bit so that you can make it as a chunk.


You can take any number, for example, 0.5, and construct 1 as the denominator to make it a part and have a corresponding value like this:


To settle the decimal point in the fraction, we match the numbers after the decimal to 0.5, and duplicate the numerator and denominator by 10. If it’s 1 number, 100. If it’s 2 numbers, 1000. In the event that it is 3 numbers, etc.

So, for this case, we repeat the numerator and denominator by 10 to get the accompanying division:


At that point, we need to separate the numerator and denominator from the greatest common denominator (GCD) to streamline the division.

The GCD of 5 and 10 is 5. When we divide the numerator and denominator by 5, we get the following:


Thereafter, 0.5 is a division according to the following:

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