**What Is 9/10 as a Decimal + Solution With Free Steps**

**The fraction 9/10 as a decimal is equal to 0.9.**

When the numbers have a relationship of division, the **Fraction** is used to represent it. Multiple methods can be used to solve the fraction but in the case of having numbers that are not completely divisible by another number, we mostly prefer a method called **Long** **Division.**

So by using the long division method, the number not fully divided by others ends up in a **Decimal** value. The fraction 9/10 can be solved by using the **Long** **Division** method.

**Solution**

Before starting the solution to the given problem, we need to understand the terms involved in this method. In the division of fractions, the two terms first we need to understand our **Dividend** and **Divisor. **The numerator of the fraction is named the **Dividend** while the denominator of the fraction is known as **Divisor. **In the given fraction,Â **9** is the **Dividend** and **10** is the **Divisor.**

**Dividend = 9**

**Divisor = 10**

When we solve a problem using mathematical operations, we end up having some desired results. After solving the fraction through above mention method, the result we get is known as the **Quotient**. This term is the final possible solution to the fraction.

**Quotient = Dividend $\div$ Divisor = 9 $\div$ 10**

By using the method called Long Division, the possible result of the fraction is as under:

Figure 1

**9/10 Long Division Method**

Here is the **Long** **Division** method discussed step by step to solve the given fraction.

The fraction to be solved by the long division method is given as:

**9 $\div$ 10**

While solving the fractions we can have two cases in which the result of the division can be greater than **1** or less than **1**. It depends on the terms **Dividend** and **Divisor**. If the **Dividend** is greater than **Divisor,** then we have a **Quotient** greater than **1**, but in the case of having a **Dividend** less than the **Divisor,** the resulting value will be less than **1**.

In the given fraction **9/10,** it can be seen that we have numerator **9** which is less than the dominator **10**, so first, we have to add the **Decimal** **Point** to proceed with the solution. After adding a decimal point to the **Quotient,** we can add **Zero** to the right side of the **Dividend**.

Another term is required to be introduced before proceeding with the solution and the term is **Remainder**. It is the number that is left after the division of improper fractions.

By adding **Zero** to the **Right** side of the **Dividend,** the number we now have is **90**.

**90 $\div$ 10 = 9**

Where:Â

**10 x 9 = 90**

By doing this, we have a Remainder of **0** because **90 â€“ 90 = 0**.

Hence, by using the **Long** **Division** method, the resulting Quotient is equal to **0.9** with the Remainder of **0**.

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