Express the rational number whose decimal expansion is 6.251251251... as a ratio of two integers.

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Express the rational number whose decimal expansion is 6.251251251... as a ratio of two integers.

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\[\overline{.251}=\frac{251}{999}\] is a start
where did you come up with 999?
which is the part you are experiencing difficulty with? I mean I solved it a while ago..

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This is a different problem 2bornot2b...
Yes, I know that, but the method is the same...
I know but i just don't get it i am terrible with math.
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yes i got it now just need to reduce it correct...
Right! Now you are getting it..
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Maybe this will help http://www.khanacademy.org/video/coverting-repeating-decimals-to-fractions-1?playlist=Algebra also, Satellite's "trick" is well worth knowing. It will make these problems easier.
yes i did that is how i learned how to put it in correct terms.

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