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Learn moreRules to convert decimals to fractions:

**Step 1**: Write the decimal number in the numerator and remove the decimal point.

**Step 2**: In the denominator, followed by \(1\) add the number of zeroes that were equal to the number digits present after the decimal point.

**Step 3**: Write the lowest fraction by dividing numerator and denominator by the common factor.

Example:

**1**. Convert \(54.63\) to fraction.

**Step 1**: Write \(54.63\) as \(5463\) in the numerator.

**Step 2**: There are two digits after the decimal point. So add two zeros in the denominator followed by \(1\).

Therefore, the fraction is $\frac{5463}{100}$.

**2**. Write \(3.2\) as the lowest fraction.

**Step 1**: Write \(3.2\) as \(32\) in the numerator.

**Step 2**: There is one digit after the decimal point. So add one zero in the denominator followed by \(1\). The fraction is $\frac{32}{10}$.

**Step 3**: The common factor in the numerator and denominator is \(2\). Divide numerator and denominator by \(2\).

$\frac{32\xf72}{10\xf72}=\frac{16}{5}$

Therefore, the lowest fraction is $\frac{16}{5}$.

**3**. Write \(399.95\) as lowest fraction.

**Step 1**: Write \(399.95\) as \(39995\) in the numerator.

**Step 2**: There is two digit after the decimal point. So add two zeros in the denominator followed by \(1\). The fraction is $\frac{39995}{100}$.

**Step 3**: The common factor in the numerator and denominator is \(5\). Divide numerator and denominator by \(5\).

$\frac{39995\xf75}{100\xf75}=\frac{7999}{20}$

Therefore, the lowest fraction is $\frac{7999}{20}$.