Google Calculator Fractions:

Google Calculator Fractions:

Google Calculator Fractions


Google has created a "fraction calculator" that can convert between fractions and percentages.


Google has finally pushed an update where when you are calculating on its official calculator app the results would now automatically be shwon in decimal and now in fraction also.There were few times when you had to calculate from some equations but the answers you used to get were absurd and might be having unlimited or repeating decimals. So, it was difficult to use the derived answer to use it somewhere else as it wont be that much accurate , but with fractions as option you can use that fraction format to use it in other calculations. Fractions is basic but very important that if a student miss to learn this properly he may find it difficult in his later studies. Knowing how to add fractions is the foundation to learn fraction properly and to successfully learn advance fraction topic in higher grades. To learn easily you need a checker that will check if your solution is right. I always use fraction calculator online to check my solutions. But there are also times when manual checking is best especially when practicing the same fraction for a period of time.

Introducing the world’s first Fraction Calculator packed with additional functions like reducing or simplifying fractions, fractions-to-decimals and a decimals-to-fractions calculator. All these in one nifty app. Discover an easy way to solve everyday fraction problems. Add, subtract, multiply, divide and even convert fractions, quickly and clearly. Visual Math Interactive’s Fraction Calculator is an excellent homework help and business reference tool, with nice clean keypads and large display type for your fast and easy calculations. Now, I’m not a professional technician or tradesman, but I am a DYI “Johnny Homeowner”. Once you get the hang of using this app, it’s pretty handy for making quick, on-the-fly measurement calcs. I’ve used it for a number of things from simple tasks like measuring wallpaper and hanging pictures to more complex jobs like designing a free-standing acoustic isolation chamber for vocal recording in a home studio. I took a star off because some fraction conversions (reducing, etc.) along with calculating can be tricky and I found them not to be completely intuitive. You have to actually learn how to use the app. I have the paid version which provides conversions between fractions and decimals. Overall, I’m pleased with it and it’s an app that stays on my phone while some other apps get “off loaded”. (Source: apps.apple.com)




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