- Converting Fractions to Decimals
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- Converting a Fraction With a Denominator of 100 or 1000 to a Decimal
- Converting a Proper Fraction With a Denominator of 2, 4, or 5 to a Decimal
- Converting a Mixed Number With a Denominator of 2, 4, or 5 to a Decimal
- Converting a Fraction to a Terminating Decimal - Basic
- Converting a Fraction to a Terminating Decimal - Advanced
- Converting a Fraction to a Repeating Decimal - Basic
- Converting a Fraction to a Repeating Decimal - Advanced
- Using a Calculator to Convert a Fraction to a Rounded Decimal
- Converting a Mixed Number to a Terminating Decimal - Basic
- Converting a Mixed Number to a Terminating Decimal - Advanced
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# Converting a Fraction With a Denominator of 100 or 1000 to a Decimal Online Quiz

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### Answer : D

### Explanation

**Step 1:**

We rewrite 43 as 43.0

**Step 2:**

We shift the decimal two places to the left in 43.0 as there are two zeros in 100.

**Step 3:**

So, $\frac{43}{100} = 0.43$

### Answer : A

### Explanation

**Step 1:**

We rewrite 539 as 539.0

**Step 2:**

We shift the decimal three places to the left in 539.0 as there are three zeros in 1000.

**Step 3:**

So, $\frac{539}{1000} = 0.539$

### Answer : C

### Explanation

**Step 1:**

We rewrite 113 as 113.0

**Step 2:**

We shift the decimal two places to the left in 113.0 as there are two zeros in 100.

**Step 3:**

So, $\frac{113}{100} = 1.13$

### Answer : B

### Explanation

**Step 1:**

We rewrite 217 as 217.0

**Step 2:**

We shift the decimal three places to the left in 217.0 as there are three zeros in 1000.

**Step 3:**

So, $\frac{217}{1000} = 0.217$

### Answer : C

### Explanation

**Step 1:**

We rewrite 391 as 391.0

**Step 2:**

We shift the decimal two places to the left in 391.0 as there are two zeros in 100.

**Step 3:**

$\frac{391}{100} = 3.91$

### Answer : D

### Explanation

**Step 1:**

We rewrite 441 as 441.0

**Step 2:**

We shift the decimal three places to the left in 441.0 as there are three zeros in 1000.

**Step 3:**

So, $\frac{441}{1000} = 0.441$

### Answer : B

### Explanation

**Step 1:**

We rewrite 191 as 191.0

**Step 2:**

We shift the decimal two places to the left in 191.0 as there are two zeros in 100.

**Step 3:**

So, $\frac{191}{100} = 1.91$

### Answer : A

### Explanation

**Step 1:**

We rewrite 1162 as 1162.0

**Step 2:**

We shift the decimal three places to the left in 1162.0 as there are three zeros in 1000.

**Step 3:**

So, $\frac{1162}{1000} = 1.162$

### Answer : D

### Explanation

**Step 1:**

We rewrite 972 as 972.0

**Step 2:**

We shift the decimal two places to the left in 972.0 as there are two zeros in 100.

**Step 3:**

So, $\frac{972}{100} = 9.72$

### Answer : C

### Explanation

**Step 1:**

We rewrite 2384 as 2384.0

**Step 2:**

We shift the decimal three places to the left in 2384.0 as there are three zeros in 1000.

**Step 3:**

So, $\frac{2384}{1000} = 2.384$