Convert dollar prices entered with a special notation to decimal numbers.

`=DOLLARDE(fractional_dollar,fraction)`

- fractional_dollar - required argument that is the dollar component in special fractional notation
- fraction - required argument that is the numerator in the fractional unit

`=DOLLARDE(1.02,16)`

The DOLLARDE function can be used to convert fractions to decimals. For example, the formula can be used to convert 1.02 to a decimal. Since 1.02 is the same as 1 and 2/16, the function will return 1.125.

`=DOLLARDE(1.125,16)`

The DOLLARDE function can also be used to convert decimals to fractions. For example, the formula can be used to convert 1.125 to a fraction. The function will return 1.02, which is the same as 1 and 2/16.

`=DOLLARDE(1.08,16)`

The DOLLARDE function can also be used to convert currency fractions to decimals. For example, the formula if you have a currency fraction of $1 and 8/16, you can use to convert it to 1.5. This is because 1.08 is equal to $1.50 when expressed as 1 and 8/16.

`=DOLLARDE(1.5,16)`

The DOLLARDE function can also be used to convert decimals to currency fractions. For example, the formula if you have a decimal of 1.5, you can use to convert it to a currency fraction. The function will return 1.08, which is the same as 1 and 8/16 or $1.50.

The DOLLARDE function is a useful tool for converting values pricing as a fraction or dollar to decimal format. It allows for easy and efficient calculations.

- The DOLLARDE function converts a dollar price into a decimal number and the DOLLARFR function converts a decimal number into a dollar price.
- Fractional_dollar and fraction arguments are used to specify the dollar component and the numerator in the fractional unit, respectively.

The DOLLARDE function is a mathematical formula that converts a dollar price expressed as an integer part and a fraction part into a dollar price expressed as a decimal number.

The dollar price is a decimal number.

The fractional part of the dollar price is divided by an integer that is specified.

No, the DOLLARDE function is only used to convert a dollar price expressed as an integer part and fractional part.

The DOLLARDE function can be used to convert a dollar price expressed as an integer part and fractional part into a dollar price expressed as a decimal number. For example, if the integer part is 2 and the fractional part is 3/4, the DOLLARDE function can be used to convert this into 2.75.