This blog post will explain what 1.3 as a fraction is, and how to write it properly.
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There are an infinite number of fractions that equal 1.3, but when we talk about 1.3 as a fraction, we’re usually referring to its simplest form. To get 1.3 in its simplest form, we need to find the largest whole number that will evenly go into both 1 and 3. That number is 3, and when we divide both 1 and 3 by 3, we get 1/3 as our answer.
What is 1.3 as a Fraction?
1.3 as a fraction can be written as 1 3/10. This is because 1.3 is equal to 13/10, which can be further simplified to 1 3/10.
Decimal to Fraction
1.3 as a fraction is 13/10.
Fraction to Decimal
To change 1.3 to a fraction, divide the decimal by 10 to get rid of the decimal point. This changes 1.3 to 13 . Then, count how many zeros are after the decimal point in 1.3 . In this case, there is 1 zero. This means you multiply the numerator and denominator by 10 for every number after the decimal point. So, 13 becomes 130 . Now you have a mixed number: 130/10 .
To sum it up, 1.3 as a fraction is 13/10.