The integer 25 can be expressed as an infinite number of equivalent fractions of the form 25a/a, where a is any integer. For example, 25 can be expressed as the fractions 50/2 (a=2), 75/3 (a=3), or 250/10 (a=10). More »

In fraction form, 2.5 is 5/2. First the decimal portion (0.5) must be calculated. The value of the decimal (5) is put over the place value (10ths) of the decimal (5/10), which is reduced to equal 1/2. Next, the whole num... More »

The whole number 625 can be expressed as the fraction 625/1, because any number is equal to itself divided by 1. However, the decimal value 0.625 can be expressed as the fraction 5/8. More »

Reduce fractions to their simplest form by simplifying the fraction in a series of division steps. The other way is to divide the top and bottom numbers by their greatest common factor. More »

To add fractions and whole numbers, convert a whole number into a fraction with the same denominator as the fraction that needs to be added. Add up the numerators and keep the denominator the same. More »

To add whole numbers and fractions, the whole number must also be turned into a fraction to combine the two. For example, if the problem to be solved with 3/4 + 7, the 7 would become a fraction by representing it as 7/1.... More » Math Fractions & Percentages

To convert a percentage to a ratio, write out the percentage number as a fraction, reduce the fraction to its simplest form and convert the new fraction to a ratio by replacing the slash mark with a colon. Converting a p... More »