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Write negative three point two as a mixed number in simplest form. negative three and two-fifths negative three and one-fifth negative three and one-third negative three and one-twentieth

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  1. Calcmathlete
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    The number to the left of the decimal point is the mixed number part. Now, the 0.2 part turns into a fraction. Since the decimal ends in the tenth place, you put it over 10 and simplify. Just simplify the following. \[-3\frac{2}{10} \implies ?\]

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    -3 1/5 mate, this is easy stuff

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    @GiggleSquid Please don't just give the answer...even if the concept is very simple, you have to guide them to their answer...

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    thanks guys

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    Glad to help...

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    :/

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