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# 12 6/6 as a Decimal

Here you can find 12 6/6 as a decimal.

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Fraction:
Decimal:
13

If you have been searching for 12 and 6 over 6 as a decimal, then you are right here, too.

12 6/6 = 13

12 6/6 in decimal notation has 0 decimal places, that means it is a terminating decimal.

• 12 6/6 in decimal form = 13
• Twelve and six sixths as a decimal = 13
• 12 and 6 over 6 as a decimal = 13

Learn how to change 12 6/6 to a decimal number in the following section.

In addition, you can read up on the properties of 12 6/6.

## Convert 12 6/6 to Decimal

To change the fraction to decimal you can use the long division method explained in our article fraction to decimal, which you can find in the header menu.

Or you can divide the nominator 78 ([12×6]+6) by the denominator 6 using a calculator.

If you like, use our automatic calculator above. Just enter the fraction with a slash, e.g. 12 6/6.

If the result includes a repeating sequence, then it will be denoted in ().

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## What is 12 6/6 as a Decimal?

You already know the answer to this question: Twelve and six sixths as a decimal equals 13

We have characterized 12 6/6 in base 10 positional notation above, so we are left with telling you the properties of 12 6/6:

• 12 6/6 is a mixed fraction
• 12 is the whole-number part
• 6 is the nominator, above the slash
• 6 is the denominator, below the slash
• 12 6/6 can be changed to the improper fraction 78/6

Instead of a slash, the division symbol ÷, known as obelus, can be used to denote a fraction:

For example: 12 6÷6 in decimal.

## Conclusion

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– Article written by Mark