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2 3 As a Decimal:

2 3 As a Decimal:

What Is 2/3 As a Decimal?

Two-thirds in decimal format is 0.667 when rounded to three decimals. In reality, the decimal format of 2/3 is 0.666... The number is followed by an ellipses, to indicate that six repeats infinitely.

A mixed number is a whole number plus a fraction. To find the decimal form of a fraction just divide the numerator by the denominator using a calculator or long division. Then add the decimal number to the whole number.

The best way to calculate decimals is using long division. That's a bit of an involved process, so we won't go over that step by step here. The important thing to know is that, most of the time, you only want to write out to the second decimal place (or the "hundredths" place).

To convert 2 2/3 to decimal you can use the long division method explained in our article fraction to decimal, which you can find in the header menu. 

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Alternatively you can convert a mixed number to a decimal by first converting the mixed number to two fractions, adding them and simplifying to a decimal

What Is 2/3 in Decimal Form?

To start off, note that 2/3 is a fraction, and a fraction shows how many parts something is of the whole. Furthermore, decimals are numbers with a decimal point. Both fractions and decimals are used to express partial numbers. (Source:

To start off, note that 27 2/3 is a mixed number, also known as a mixed fraction. It has a whole number and a fractional number. We have labeled the parts of the mixed number below so it is easier to follow along.

/ Common Fractions with Decimal and Percent Equivalents

Fractions and decimals are two common ways to write out partial numbers. Here's who to turn one into the other. 

Here you can find 2 2/3 as a decimal, along with useful information regarding 2 2/3 in decimal form.

You already know the answer to what is 2 2/3 as a decimal. Two and two thirds as a decimal equals 2.(6)

 

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