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Recurring Decimals All recurring decimals can be written as fractions They are rational numbers
Recurring Decimals To write recurring decimals as fractions, we use a simple multiplying method…
Recurring Decimals e.g … Let x = … Then 10x = … We do a subtraction…
Recurring Decimals 10x = … - x = … 9x = 3 X = 3 = 1 9 3
Recurring Decimals e.g … Let x = … 100x = … We do a subtraction…
100x = … - x = x = 56 X = 56 99
Recurring Decimals Reminder: Recurring decimals are written by using a dot:. e.g …. = 0.3
Now you try Convert the decimals to fractions – ….. – ….
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