Converting Decimals to Fractions: Problem 3
- Rule 28:
For this review, we will focus on terminating fractions. Divide the fraction by 1, and then multiply the result by 1 in a form that will remove the decimal.
- Problem 3:
- Convert 10.0000255 to a simple fraction and to a compound fraction.
- The decimal 10.0000255 can be multiplied and divided
by 1 without changing its value.
At this point you have converted the decimal to a simple
fraction. Now reduce it.
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