**What Is 7/15 as a Decimal + Solution With Free Steps**

**The fraction 7/15 as a decimal is equal to 0.466.**

An important concept in mathematics isÂ **Fractions**, which help us determine if we want to divide an object or thing into different parts, how we can divide it, and what the magnitude or size of each piece will be. It is represented by two numbers that are divided to find the answer. For example, the solution of a fraction ofÂ **5/2**Â tells us that if we want to divide the numberÂ **5**Â into two equal parts, each part will be similar toÂ **2.5**.

A standard method to solve a fraction isÂ **Division**. Most of the time, students think Division is complicated, but some tricks and techniques are used to make this operation simple and easy.

Division converts fractions into decimal numbers, which are preferred to be used in calculations because of their convenience and better understanding. For example,Â **3.5**Â is a decimal number equivalent toÂ **7/2**Â and is easier to understand than its fraction.

Now we will try to solve a fraction ofÂ **7/15**Â by theÂ **Long Division**Â method.

**Solution**

To solve any fraction, we must first separate its parts based on their respective functions, and we get our dividend and divisor. In the example given below, we haveÂ **7**Â to divide byÂ **15**, soÂ **7** is the dividend andÂ **15**Â is the divisor.

**Dividend = 7**

**Divisor = 15**

The decimal value we acquire after the Division of two numbers is our final result, and we call it theÂ **Quotient**.

**Quotient = Dividend $\div$ Divisor = 7 $\div$ 15Â **

If we have two such numbers which cannot be divided completely, we get a value left behind at the end of the Division. This value is namedÂ **Remainder**.

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**7/15 Long Division Method**

We have to find the solution of:

**7 $\div$ 15**

A decimal point must be present in the Quotient since our dividend,Â **7,Â **is smaller than our divisor,Â **15**. By multiplyingÂ **7**Â withÂ **10**, we can generate this decimal point. This multiplication yieldsÂ **70**Â as a dividend.

**70 $\div$ 15 \approx 4**

**15 x 4 = 60**

**70 â€“ 60 = 10**Â is determined to be the remainder.

The remainder is multiplied byÂ **10**Â to give usÂ **100**Â because it is smaller than the divisor.

**100 $\div$ 15 \approx 6**

**15 x 6 = 90**

We are again left with a value ofÂ **10**.

**100 â€“ 90 = 10**

As a result, our subsequent computations will be identical to those from the previous phase.

**100 $\div$ 15 \approx 6**

**15 x 6 = 90**

**100 â€“ 90 = 10**

The exact value of the remainder indicates that it is a recurring andÂ **Non-Terminating**Â fraction and has a decimal value ofÂ **0.466**. Non-terminating decimals are produced when a fraction is stated in decimal form and always has a remainder, regardless of how extensively the extended division technique is applied.

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