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Decimal Conversion Conversion of fractions into decimal value involves long division. Remember the numerator goes under the bracket, and the denominator goes outside.

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Decimal Conversion Conversion of fractions into decimal value involves long division. Remember the numerator goes under the bracket, and the denominator goes outside. EXAMPLE :Express as a decimal.

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Decimal Conversion Conversion of fractions into decimal value involves long division. Remember the numerator goes under the bracket, and the denominator goes outside. EXAMPLE :Express as a decimal. - set up the indicated division

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Decimal Conversion Conversion of fractions into decimal value involves long division. Remember the numerator goes under the bracket, and the denominator goes outside. EXAMPLE :Express as a decimal. -set up the indicated division -then carry out to three decimal places ─

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Decimal Conversion Conversion of fractions into decimal value involves long division. Remember the numerator goes under the bracket, and the denominator goes outside. EXAMPLE :Express as a decimal. -set up the indicated division -then perform your divisions ─

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Decimal Conversion Conversion of fractions into decimal value involves long division. Remember the numerator goes under the bracket, and the denominator goes outside. EXAMPLE :Express as a decimal. - When a fraction is a mixed number, all we have to worry about is the fractional part.

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Decimal Conversion Conversion of fractions into decimal value involves long division. Remember the numerator goes under the bracket, and the denominator goes outside. EXAMPLE :Express as a decimal. - When a fraction is a mixed number, all we have to worry about is the fractional part. - the whole number part will appear in front of the decimal. Then turn the fractional part into its decimal value.

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Decimal Conversion Conversion of fractions into decimal value involves long division. Remember the numerator goes under the bracket, and the denominator goes outside. EXAMPLE :Express as a decimal. - When a fraction is a mixed number, all we have to worry about is the fractional part. - the whole number part will appear in front of the decimal. Then turn the fractional part into its decimal value. I rounded up since we have a repeating decimal.. ─

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Decimal Conversion Conversion of decimals into fractions is quite easy. Steps1. Write the given decimal WITHOUT its decimal point in the numerator of a fraction. 2. Count the places to the right of the decimal 3. Place a 1 in the denominator, followed by zeros. 4. The number of zeros equals how many places you counted. 5. Reduce as far as you can

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Decimal Conversion Conversion of decimals into fractions is quite easy. Steps1. Write the given decimal WITHOUT its decimal point in the numerator of a fraction. 2. Count the places to the right of the decimal 3. Place a 1 in the denominator, followed by zeros. 4. The number of zeros equals how many places you counted. 5. Reduce as far as you can EXAMPLE : Write 0.625 as a fraction

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Decimal Conversion Conversion of decimals into fractions is quite easy. Steps1. Write the given decimal WITHOUT its decimal point in the numerator of a fraction. 2. Count the places to the right of the decimal 3. Place a 1 in the denominator, followed by zeros. 4. The number of zeros equals how many places you counted. 5. Reduce as far as you can EXAMPLE : Write 0.625 as a fraction

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Decimal Conversion Conversion of decimals into fractions is quite easy. Steps1. Write the given decimal WITHOUT its decimal point in the numerator of a fraction. 2. Count the places to the right of the decimal 3. Place a 1 in the denominator, followed by zeros. 4. The number of zeros equals how many places you counted. 5. Reduce as far as you can EXAMPLE : Write 0.625 as a fraction

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Decimal Conversion Conversion of decimals into fractions is quite easy. Steps1. Write the given decimal WITHOUT its decimal point in the numerator of a fraction. 2. Count the places to the right of the decimal 3. Place a 1 in the denominator, followed by zeros. 4. The number of zeros equals how many places you counted. 5. Reduce as far as you can EXAMPLE : Write 0.625 as a fraction

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Decimal Conversion Conversion of decimals into fractions is quite easy. Steps1. Write the given decimal WITHOUT its decimal point in the numerator of a fraction. 2. Count the places to the right of the decimal 3. Place a 1 in the denominator, followed by zeros. 4. The number of zeros equals how many places you counted. 5. Reduce as far as you can EXAMPLE : Write 0.065 as a fraction

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Decimal Conversion Conversion of decimals into fractions is quite easy. Steps1. Write the given decimal WITHOUT its decimal point in the numerator of a fraction. 2. Count the places to the right of the decimal 3. Place a 1 in the denominator, followed by zeros. 4. The number of zeros equals how many places you counted. 5. Reduce as far as you can EXAMPLE : Write 0.065 as a fraction

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Decimal Conversion Conversion of decimals into fractions is quite easy. Steps1. Write the given decimal WITHOUT its decimal point in the numerator of a fraction. 2. Count the places to the right of the decimal 3. Place a 1 in the denominator, followed by zeros. 4. The number of zeros equals how many places you counted. 5. Reduce as far as you can EXAMPLE : Write 8.2 as a fraction Treat these just like the mixed number. The “8” is in front of the decimal, so that will stay as our whole number and only worry about the fractional part…

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Decimal Conversion Conversion of decimals into fractions is quite easy. Steps1. Write the given decimal WITHOUT its decimal point in the numerator of a fraction. 2. Count the places to the right of the decimal 3. Place a 1 in the denominator, followed by zeros. 4. The number of zeros equals how many places you counted. 5. Reduce as far as you can EXAMPLE : Write 8.2 as a fraction Treat these just like the mixed number. The “8” is in front of the decimal, so that will stay as our whole number and only worry about the fractional part…

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