# Decimal Fractions

Definition of decimal fractions:

The fractions whose denominator (bottom number) is 10 or higher powers of 10, i.e., 100, 1000, 10,000 etc., are called decimal fractions.

For example; 7/10, 7/100, 7/1000, etc, are all decimal fractions

Note: We can also write decimal fractions with a decimal point (without a denominator), that makes easier to solve math calculations like addition and multiplication on fractions.

For example in details we can write decimal fraction;

9/10 is a decimal fraction and it can also be written as 0.9

23/100 is a decimal fraction and it can also be written as 0.23

31/1000 is a decimal fraction and it can also be written as 0.031

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