Here you can find **100 as a fraction**, both as decimal fraction and in simplest form. We show you how to convert 100 to a fraction using the step by step instructions which can be found on our home page. There, you can also learn all about the others terms used in this article. If you have been looking for 100 in fraction form or 100 repeating as a fraction, then you are right here, too.

100 has 0 decimal places, so we write 0 for the decimal part. We add 100 as 100/1 and get:

**decimal fraction**= 100/1

100 is the nominator and 1 is the denominator. We now check if the decimal fraction is already in the lowest terms by finding the greatest common factor of 100 and 1, know as gcf of 100 and 1.

The gcf(100,1) is 1, so we can conclude that 100/1 already is 100 as a fraction in simplest form. We write 100 as a fraction in simplest form as 100/1.

**100 as a fraction in its lowest terms is 100/1**

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## What is 100 as a Fraction

We have already answered *what is 100 as a fraction* above for the cases 100 as decimal fraction and 100 as a fraction in simplest form.

Yet, by multiplying the denominator and the nominator of 100 as a fraction in simplest form with all integers distinct from zero and one we can generate an infinite amount of fractions equivalent to 100/1, but not in lowest terms:

100/1 = $\frac{n\hspace{3px} x\hspace{3px} 100}{n\hspace{3px} x\hspace{3px} 1}$ $\hspace{3px} n \hspace{3px}\epsilon\hspace{3px}\mathbb{Z},\hspace{3px} n\neq 0$.

For example, with n = 2 we obtain 200/2 and with n = -3 we get 300/3:

200/2 = 300/3 = 100/1.

We can thus conclude that the question What is 100 as a fraction? does not have a single answer, but an indefinite amount of possibilities.

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This brings us the end of our article. We are left with classifying 100 as rational number because in can be written as 100/1; 100 and 1 are integers.

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