# DOLLARFR

Formulas / DOLLARFR
Convert prices to a fractional notation.
`=DOLLARFR(decimal_dollar,fraction)`
• decimal_dollar - required, numeric value for pricing as a normal decimal number
• fraction - required, numeric value, denominator in the fractional unit

## Examples

• `=DOLLARFR(1.125,16)`

The DOLLARFR function is useful for quickly converting numbers into fractions that have a denominator of 16 or 32. This example will convert 1.125 to 1 and 2/16.

• `=DOLLARFR(1.125, 32)`

The DOLLARFR function is useful for creating fractions with a denominator of 16 or 32. This example will convert 1.125 to 1 and 4/32.

• `=DOLLARFR(0.5, 16)`

The DOLLARFR function can be used to quickly and accurately convert decimal numbers into fractions. This example will convert 0.5 to 1/2.

• `=DOLLARFR(0.75, 16)`

The DOLLARFR function is helpful for converting decimal numbers into fractions with a denominator of 16 or 32. This example will convert 0.75 to 3/4.

## Summary

The DOLLARFR function is used to convert decimal numbers to fractional dollar numbers by converting them to securities prices. It requires two arguments, decimal_dollar and fraction, to work correctly.

• The DOLLARFR function converts prices from a regular decimal number format to a fractional notation. The DOLLARDE function performs the opposite conversion.
• Both arguments for the DOLLARFR function must be numeric, and the value for the fraction argument must be greater than zero.

What is the DOLLARFR function?
The DOLLARFR function is a Sourcetable function used to convert decimal numbers to fractional dollar numbers.
What is the purpose of the DOLLARFR function?
The DOLLARFR function is useful for converting securities prices into a fraction.
What are the advantages of using the DOLLARFR function?
• The DOLLARFR function is easy to use and efficient.
• It can be used to quickly convert decimal numbers to fractional dollar numbers.
• It can be used to accurately calculate securities prices.
How do I use the DOLLARFR function?
The DOLLARFR function can be used by entering the decimal number in the function and the fractional dollar number it should return. For example: DOLLARFR(0.5, 2) will return 0.50.
What are some tips for using the DOLLARFR function?
• Ensure that the decimal number is correctly entered in the function.
• Be aware of the rounding rules when converting decimal numbers to fractional dollar numbers.
• Check the results of the DOLLARFR function to make sure they are accurate. 