Depending on how many numbers are in your decimal you would put it over 100 if there are two, 1000 if there are three, etc. Then you would simplify your fraction. For example .75
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1. First understand what each hexadecimal digit stands for. The digits 0 through 9 stand for their decimal counterparts, and A = 10, B = 11, C = 12, D = 13, E = 14, and F = 15. 2.
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1 Learn to spot the easiest fractions to turn into decimals. Just like it's usually pretty easy to multiply by 2, it's pretty easy to convert a fraction that has a denominator of
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I usually try to multiply/divide the fraction to make the
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