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What is 0.999 in Fraction form?

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  1. anonymous
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    Just think of it like this. Whatever number you have, say 310.26, is broken up into place values. You know that means 3 hundreds and 1 ten. After the decimal, it keeps going the same way. The first digit is the 1/10 spot. The next is the 1/100 spot. The easiest way to read decimals is to take the last spot, which is the 1/100 in 310.26 and just say 26/100 is the decimal part of the number.

  2. anonymous
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    Given that information, can you figure out what .999 is in fractional form?

  3. anonymous
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    999 (I dont know how to do the slash on the bottom of the number) of 1,000?

  4. anonymous
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    That's correct. (The slash should be next to your right shift key. To the right of your . key.)

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