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## 1.7 as a Fraction

Here, multiplying the denominator and the nominator of 1.7 as a fraction in simplest form with all integers distinct from zero and one.

We can generate an infinite amount of fractions equivalent to 17/10, but not in the lowest terms:

**17/10 =.**

For example, with n = 2, we obtain 34/20, and with n = -3, we get 51/30:

**34/20 = 51/30 = 17/10.**

## Converting 1.7 to a Fraction, Step-by-Step

**Step 1:**

1.7 should be rewritten as x/y, where x and y are both positive integers, which is the first step towards changing it from a whole number to a fraction. Then, 1.7 can remain expressed as 1.7/1 to remain printed as a fraction.

**Step 2:**

We will count the number of fraction digits after the decimal point in 1.7, which in this case is 1. The numerator and denominator of 1.7/1 remain multiplied by 10, the power of number and digits following the decimal point. For instance, for 0.45, there are two fractional digits, so we would multiply by 100; for 0.324, since there are three fractional digits, we would multiply by 1000. So, in this case, we will reproduce the numerator and denominator of 1.7/1 each by 10

**Step 3:**

The final step is to if at all feasible, simplify the fraction by seeking for and eliminating comparable elements, which results in the following response:

\frac{17}{10} = \frac{17}{10}

10/17 = 10/17

## 1.7 Repeating as a Fraction

However, to find out what is 1.7, classify the repeating sequence or pattern, known as reported or repetend 1.7 recurring.

- Here the infinitely-repeated digit sequence of 1.7 can be indicated by three periods. For example, 1.777 as a fraction (repeating 7, the last digit) = 1 7/9.
- Otherwise, a vinculum, a horizontal line, can be drawn above the repetend of the fraction of 1.7. Furthermore, one can sometimes see the period enclosed in parentheses ().

Now, we use the overlined notation to denote 1.7 repeating as a fraction:

**1.7 =1 7/9**

- These results for 1.7 repeating are approximations and limited to three digits fractions. Use the calculator below for different periods, complex precision, and more results.
- Our calculator changes an amount such as 1.7 on the fly. Just enter enough decimal digits in case your number contains repeating decimal places.

You know what the decimal 1.7 in numerator/denominator notation is.

### Fraction:

Here 1.7 and per cent expansion provides the details of the equivalent fraction and per cent for decimal 1.7 and the answer with steps to understand how it is being calculated.

### Solve 1.7 as a Fraction:

- 1.7 = (?)
- = (1.7/1) x (10/10)
- = 17/10
- 1.7 = 17/10
- 1.7 equals 17/10

**where,**

- 1.7 is a decimal,
- 17/10 is a fraction in simplest form.

#### 1.7 in Percent

- 1.7 = (1.7 x 100)/100
- = 170/100
- = 170%
- 1.7 as a per cent is 170%

#### where,

- 1.7 is a decimal,
- 170% is a percentage.

## How to 1.7 as a Fraction?

A step-by-step calculation displays how to convert 1.7 to a fraction in the simplest form manually.

### step 1

Address the input parameters and observe what to be found:

**Input values:**

- The decimal number = 1.7

**What to be found:**

- What is 1.7 as in simplest form?

### step 2

Write 1.7 as a simple:

- 1.7/1

### step 3

Find how many 10s should be multiplied with both numerator and denominator:

- Since the decimal 1.7 has one digit after the decimal point, multiply 10 with both numerator and denominator of 1.7/1 to make the numerator a whole number.
- (1.7 x 10)(1 x 10)=1710

### step 4

- The fraction 17/10 can’t be simplified further because the multiplication factors of numerator 17 and denominator 10 of the given fraction are not cancelling each other.

### Hence,

- 1.7 as a fraction is equal to 17/10.

## Similar Numbers Converted to a Fraction Include, For Examples:

- 1.705 as a Fraction
- 1.706 as a Fraction
- 1.707 as a Fraction

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