**Question:**3/4 is a fraction just so you know. also explain how to turn the fraction into a decimal abd tell me the decimal. also mulitply it by 1.33. [this isnt my homework so its not cheating]

**Answers:**

3/4 = 3 divided by 4

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4 | 3

= .75

Think of it this way, you have a full bottle of coke and 4 friends. Then you can pull a portion for each. 4/4 . You can also have half a bottle 1/2 that is 1 portion for 2 friends. Or you can have 3 portions for the 4 friends 3/4 which is 75% of the bottle full.

The easiest way to do this problem is by changing them both to fractions. Fractions are more exact than decimals.

1.33 is the same as 1 and 1/3 or 4/3.

4/3 times 3/4 is 1. What's on top becomes the same as what's on the bottom (your numerator and denominators are the same), thus you have 1.

Hi, to convert 3/4 into fraction, just divide 3 by 4. The result will be 0.75. Then the answer to ur problem will be:

(1.33)*(3/4) = (1.33)*(0.75) = 0.9975.

Hope it helps!

Okay..so you want to turn a fraction into a decimal.

The fraction that you put was 3/4.

So..do that as a division problem...what 3 divided by 4?

I'll do an example.

Let's say I wanted to turn 3/12's into a decimal.

I would divide 3 by 12. [notice that people put 3/12 for a division problem as well]

I would get .25.

How do you multiply a decimal?

Do it you would usually multiply regular numbers.

then count the decimal places in the problem. [the two numbers that you are multiplying together]

in this case it would be 4..alright?

let's say the answer is [this is not the really answer]

56645, you'd count backwords and place the decimal there.

so..5.6645 would be the answer.

**Again..this is not the real problem..it's an example.

You turn the fraction into a decimal by dividing it. so it would be 3÷4. the decimal is .75. so it would all end to be like: 1.33x.75=.9975.

You do this:

3÷4 = 0.75

1.33 x 0.75 = 0.9975

Which if you round it, it's 1.

OR

You change 1.33 to 4/3 & multiply that by 3/4

which is also 1. Hope I helped. (: ily.

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