 Look at the fractions given.
 Convert them to equivalent decimals.
Example: 56/10
Since the denominator is 10, there is only one decimal place in the numerator
Answer: 5.6
Example: 45/100
Since the denominator is 100, there are two decimal place in the numerator
Answer: 0.45
Example: 23/1000
Since the denominator is 1000, there are three decimal places in the numerator
Answer: 0.023
Directions: Write the equivalent decimals for the following fractions. Also write at least 5 examples of your own.
