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Hey everyone, I just want to ask, how do you turn a decimal into a fraction?

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  1. ChrisV
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    well say you had .1

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    that would be 1/10

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    .25

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    25/100

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    reduces to 1/4

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  6. UnkleRhaukus
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    divide by 1

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  7. ChrisV
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    so you determine the value of the decimal place such as tens hundrends thousandths

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  8. MasterChief
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    Dividing by one is like multiplying like one though.

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    *by

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  10. ChrisV
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    so .001 would equal 1/1000

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  11. Makayla002
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    and how would you simplify to lowest terms?

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  12. ChrisV
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    say .25

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  13. MasterChief
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    You mean divide by 100 Unkle right?

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  14. ChrisV
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    would equal 25/100

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    25/100 = 1/4

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    some you can reduce others you wont be able to

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  17. Makayla002
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    How do you get that?

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  18. ChrisV
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    13/100 ofcourse would not reduce

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  19. ChrisV
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    because 13 is prime

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  20. Makayla002
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    yeah its a prime number

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  21. ChrisV
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    well hope that helps you out

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  22. Makayla002
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    It should lol thanks :)

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