Converting decimals to fractions
A way for converting decimals to fractions is illustrated with these examples (for a better insight click here).
3.6 -> to fraction
(no more wording)
Now we deal with repeating decimals
3.5 (5 repeating) -> to fraction
A more complex example with repeating decimals
0.43 (3 repeating) -> to fraction
Again with repeating decimals
13.423 (23 repeating) -> to fraction
Did you get the way for converting decimals to fractions? Probably yes....
You only need to memorize the algorithm (which you will probably forget soon or later) and perhaps get some more knowledge about decimals but not much real understanding on fractions and proportional reasoning.
Here a better way to understand it. :
..or click "next" for a fractions to decimal lesson
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