There are many ways to convert a fraction to a decimal, but there are two easy ways that I prefer. The first way to convert a fraction to a decimal is by dividing. Everybody knows that a fraction has an upper number (numerator) and a bottom number (denominator). You would get a decimal by dividing numerator by the denominator. That's what a fraction really is anyway. The line between the two numbers actually stands for division.

For example, in the fraction 22/33, the top number will be divided by the bottom number. Another way you make a fraction into a decimal is making it into a percent first, then into a decimal. I prefer the dividing method because I'm very use to it and I have been using it ever since elementary. It is really easy and simple to remember.

For example, in the fraction 22/33, the top number will be divided by the bottom number. Another way you make a fraction into a decimal is making it into a percent first, then into a decimal. I prefer the dividing method because I'm very use to it and I have been using it ever since elementary. It is really easy and simple to remember.