# CA Math 3.1 Fractions and Decimals. Terminating decimal – When the conversion of a fraction to decimals end with a remainder of zero. Writing Fractions.

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CA Math 3.1 Fractions and Decimals

Terminating decimal – When the conversion of a fraction to decimals end with a remainder of zero. Writing Fractions as Decimals (review) For example, FractionDecimal Terminates

When the same block of digits in a decimal repeats without end, that is called a repeating decimal. Writing Fractions as Decimals (review) For example, FractionDecimal The line on top of the number(s) is called bar notation. It means to repeat that block of number(s).

Comparing Fractions If you have a common denominator…. …then compare the numerator If you do not have a common denominator…. You can get a common denominator Or Do the heart method 8 5

Comparing a Decimal and Fractions You can turn them into decimals Or you can turn them into fractions 54

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Homework Page 98 (16-52) even

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