The Decimal to Fraction calculator supports repeating decimals both to and from decimal and fraction conversion. And displays your input values to an Imperial Inch style number line (not actual size) that is accurate to ~0.001". Very handy for easily and accurately converting decimals and odd fractions to a measuring tape.
Convert a decimal to fraction or fraction to decimal:
• Capable of inputting repeating decimals using the repeat button to the right of the Decimal input line. Repeating decimals are displayed as green decimal numbers when active.
• The primary decimal display will show an eclipsed decimal value and magnifying glass for a secondary view if its length is greater than the 15 position. When converting from fraction to decimal
• A secondary view decimal value screen is customizable to view the entire returned repeating decimal on a vertical scrolling screen by clicking the magnifying glass.
• The secondary view customizable from 16 decimal places to 8 or 12 million places; depending on your devices memory. Try incrementing by a million at a time to determine best speed results for your device.
• Evaluates your entered fraction to show the user whether it is Proper, Improper, Not Simplified, or Improper & Not Simplified.
• Increasing equivalent fractions on 'Not simplified' and 'Improper & Not Simplified' radio buttons clicks.
Inch style Number Line:
• Displays an imperial inch style number line (not actual size) that updates itself as you input your values (either decimal or fraction). For both negative (increase left) and positive (increase right) input.
• Foot and Inch tag to numberline.
• 'Bump to Nearest' up or down Decimal = 0.1, 0.01, 0.001, 0.0001 or Fraction = 1/4, 1/8, 1/16, 1/32, 1/64 and 1/128 or enter your own Custom Fraction Denominator from 1/2 to 1/99999 by clicking left or right halves of numberline.
• Also includes a 'Bump Lock' check box setting from menu dropdown to keep from accidentally bumping. Go to Menu>Calibrate to set Bump values.
Basic Calculator: • Added basic calculator (+ - x ÷) • Added xⁿ exponent (+ or -) capability. • Added π button (π as 22/7 or 'long click' π for 355/113) • Added result memory list.
Memory list usage: a) If the inputs are empty, select the list button to fill with saved values. b) If inputs have values, select the list button to save your displayed values. c) "Long click" the AC button to clear the list of all values.