Converting 2/3 to a decimal is probably one of the easiest calculations you can do. In this guide, we’ll show you how to convert a fraction to a decimal in less than 3 seconds! Come friends, today we will know what is 2/3 as a decimal. A fraction can be a fraction or part of any quantity.

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**Explanation:**

To convert 2/3 to its decimal form, divide 2 by 3.

The quotient obtained by dividing 2 by 3 will be 0.666…

So, the decimal form of 2/3 is a non-terminating and recurring decimal number 0.666…

**The Answer to Our Question Is 0.666…**

**How to find the decimal form?**

process to convert fraction to decimal

First of all we take the fraction which we have to convert to decimal. Then we divide the numerator of that fraction by the denominator of that fraction.

The quotient obtained by doing this is a decimal number.

**What will be the decimal expansion of 6 by 15?**

Since there is no repetition, we can say that the decimal expansion of 6 by 15 is cool.

**What is a recurring decimal?**

Recurring Decimals – Rational numbers whose decimal expansion starts again after a certain interval. If we divide 100 by 3, we will continue to get 33.3333…. We will call this a recurring decimal.

**How many types of decimals are there?**

Thus we see that there are only two types of decimal expansion of rational numbers, either terminating or non-terminating recurring [non-terminating recurring].

**What are rational and irrational numbers?**

Rational numbers are those numbers which represent the ratio of numbers or the number which we get when we divide by any two integers. Irrational numbers are those numbers that we cannot represent as simple fractions a/b, and b is not equal to zero.