The fraction expressed in points is decimals. For instance, the fraction 1/4, when expressed in decimal becomes 0.25. The fraction 1/4, when converted converted into percentage becomes 1/4 X 100 = 25%.
A Decimal Number (based on the number 10) contains a Decimal Point.
Every fraction can be written in decimals, percentage and vice versa.
Every decimal can be written as a fraction.
Example : Lets take a decimal 0.30. To convert it into fraction we have to multiply the decimal by 10 for every number after the decimal point and then divide by the same number.
For example to convert 0.30 into fraction we have to multiply it by 10, that is 0.3 X 10 = 3. Then divide it by 10, that is 3/10.
If the decimal 0.03 is to be converted into fraction, then we have to multiply it by 100, and then divide by 100 ( 3/100 ).
Any two decimal numbers can be compared among themselves.