guys, (not you apok, u have it right) 1/1 would be equivalent to 10/10, or 100/100, its a fact. so 1/1.0 is 10/10. There is no number after the decimal other then zero which does not need to be there because it means nothing in that context. If it were 1/1.1 then that would be 10/11. Or for an improper fraction you flip it around to 11/10, so there. And 11/10 is 1.1/1. So you get what i mean now?
Well the real point is he was just joking.
lol there is no difference.
1 out of ten is the same as 1/10. (as i know you know, im saying it to nick)
Its a scale not a division
one, were talking about fractions, 2 the proper way of representing this "scale" as you say is in a fraction form. So this scale being used should be written like so:
1/10 =equivalent to 1 out of 10, or 1 tenth
2/10=equivalent to 2 out of 10, or 2 tenth's
and so on to 10
10/10 (or 100/100, same thing)=the equivalent of 10 out of 10, or 1. (also 100%)
So If he had give me a 1 out of ten it is a 1/10. So there, problem solved lol.