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What is the simplified fraction form of 0.44? A 22/50 B 11/25 C 22/100

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\(0.\overline{ab} \implies {\overline{ab} \over 100}\)
22/50 and 11/25 are both 0.44 :/ SSOO I DONT KNOW :'(

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@ParthKohli I can only pick one :/
I don't know. Sue your school.
Lol nice XDD
and B
Well, technically 22/50 is not fully simplified therefore the correct answer should be B
yea >.< I hate this question :'(
no it is a good question, it makes sure oyu pay attention, the answer is B, 0.11
No it is B! Which is the SIMPLIFIED fraction for .44
11/25 is simplified 22/50 is not.
Yeah Jeans, I just said that
Hope it helped:) You just have to watch every word you read carefully.
lol I did not see I typing:)
I wish I could give you all medals :/

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