Convert the decimal number - 0.63. Turn it into a reduced (simplified) proper fraction and write it as a percentage. Calculate other equivalent fractions to the decimal number, by expanding

Convert - 0.63

1. Write the number as a percentage.

Note: 100/100 = 1

- 0.63 =


- 0.63 × 100/100 =


- (0.63 × 100)/100 =


- 63/100 =


- 63%


In other words:


Multiply the number by 100...


... And then add the percent sign, %


- 0.63 = - 63%


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2. Write the number as a proper fraction.

- 0.63 can be written as a proper fraction.

(The numerator is smaller than the denominator).

Write down the number divided by 1, as a fraction:

- 0.63 = - 0.63/1

Turn the top number into a whole number.

Multiply both the top and the bottom by the same number.


This number is: 100.


(1 followed by as many 0s as the number of digits after the decimal point)


- 0.63/1 =


- (0.63 × 100)/(1 × 100) =


- 63/100


3. Reduce (simplify) the fraction above: - 63/100
(to the lowest terms, to its simplest equivalent form, irreducible).

To reduce a fraction divide the numerator and the denominator by their greatest (highest) common factor (divisor), GCF.


Factor both the numerator and the denominator (prime factorization).

In exponential notation (an):


63 = 32 × 7


100 = 22 × 52

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Calculate the greatest (highest) common factor (divisor), GCF.

Multiply all the common prime factors by the lowest exponents.


But, the numerator and the denominator have no common factors.


GCF (32 × 7; 22 × 52) = 1

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The numerator and the denominator are coprime numbers (no common prime factors, GCF = 1).
So, the fraction cannot be reduced (simplified): irreducible fraction.

- 63/100: Equivalent fractions.

The above fraction cannot be reduced.


That is, it has the smallest numerator and denominator possible.


By expanding it we can build up equivalent fractions.


(Multiply the numerator & the denominator by the same number).


Example 1. By expanding the fraction by 5:

- 63/100 = - (63 × 5)/(100 × 5) = - 315/500

Example 2. By expanding the fraction by 9:

- 63/100 = - (63 × 9)/(100 × 9) = - 567/900

Of course, the above fractions are reducing...


... to the initial fraction: - 63/100


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:: Final answer ::
Written in 3 different ways

As a reduced (simplified) negative proper fraction:
- 0.63 = - 63/100

As a percentage:
- 0.63 = - 63%

As equivalent fractions:
- 0.63 = - 63/100 = - 315/500 = - 567/900

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