Converting A Fraction To A Repeating Decimal

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8th grade Math Note on Converting A Fraction To A Repeating Decimal, created by Lilith Black on 06/08/2018.

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Vocabulary

Repeating Decimal: A decimal fraction in which a figure or group is repeated indefinitely Example- 0.666 or 1.851851851... Fraction: A numeral quantity that is not a whole number Example- 1/2

Problem

https://www.khanacademy.org/math/cc-eighth-grade-math/cc-8th-numbers-operations/cc-8th-repeating-decimals/v/converting-a-fraction-to-a-repeating-decimal Converting A Fraction To A Repeating Decimal - Kahn Academy

19/27 as a decimal 19/27 = 19 divided by 27 19/27 = 0.703703703... or 0.703 with a line above the three numbers that will repeat

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