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Nov 8, 2016 **...** **13**=0.3333333.....=0.¯**3**. In practice use **13** as 0.333 or 0.33 , depending on the
level of accuracy required. **13** is exact and therefore accurate.

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Sep 29, 2015 **...** Note the "dot" over the final **3** in the Answer above which is used to indicate that
the **3** reoccurs infinitely. **1**..**3** and 1.3.**3** and 1.33.**3** and so on, all represent the
same value. If more than a single digit is to be repeated a "dot" should be placed
over both the first and last digit of the repeated sequence,

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A fraction is really a division problem. **One**-third means **ONE** divided into THREE
parts. So, to find the **decimal** equivalent, do the division. **1** divided by **3** =
0.33333333 etc. In a case like this, where the **decimal** is repeating, you can either
round it to a certain **decimal** place (.**3**, .33, .333 etc) or you can draw a line over
the part ...

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To convert a Fraction to a **Decimal** manually, follow these steps: Step **1**: Find a
number you can multiply by the bottom of the fraction to make it 10, or 100, or
1000, or any **1** followed by 0s. Step 2: Multiply both top and bottom by that
number. Step **3**. Then **write** down just the top number, putting the **decimal** point in
the correct ...

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fraction = **decimal**. **1**/**1** = **1**. **1**/2 = 0.5. **1**/**3** = 0.**3**, 2/**3** = 0.6. **1**/4 = 0.25, **3**/4 = 0.75. **1**/
5 = 0.2, 2/5 = 0.4, **3**/5 = 0.6, 4/5 = 0.8. **1**/6 = 0.16, 5/6 = 0.83. **1**/7 = 0.142857, 2/7 ...
To convert a **decimal** that begins with a non-repeating part, such as
0.21456456456456456..., to a fraction, **write** it as the sum of the non-repeating
part and the ...

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**Decimal** to fraction converter ▻. How to convert fraction to **decimal**. Method #**1**.
Expand the denominator to be a power of 10. Example #**1**. **3**/5 is expanded to 6/
10 by multiplying the numerator by 2 and denominator by 2: **3**, = **3**×2, = 6, = 0.6. 5
, 5×2, 10. Example #2. **3**/4 is expanded to 75/100 by multiplying the numerator by
...

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No, you do not have to **write** the three zeros initially; he was just taking a step
ahead so it would go quicker and in less confusion. The reason he did this is
because you are going to have to do that (add the **3** zeros) anyways, **one** by **one**
as you divide the 7 into the 8. I hope this helps! Please reply to this if you have
any ...

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**Write** fractions as **decimals**. Introduction. In addition to fraction notation, **decimal**
notation is another way to **write** numbers between 0 and **1**. **Decimals** can also be
used to **write** .... **Decimal** Numbers. no th side. th side. Thousands. Hundreds.
Tens. Ones. **Decimal** point. Tenths. Hundredths. Thousandths. 1,357.924. **1**. **3**. 5.
7.

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well, you could **write** 0.33 repeating, which means that the 0.33 will go on forever.
Or you can actually even say 0.3 repeating. Although I tend to see this more often
. Maybe I'm just mistaken. But in general, this line on top of the **decimal** means
that this number pattern repeats indefinitely. So **1**/**3** is equal to 0.33333 and it ...