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write the decimal as a fraction or a mixed number in simplest form 3.4

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    3 and 4/10 which is 2/5.. 3 2/5 =17/5

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    17/5 is not right tho, lots of people are answering it as 3 2/5 which is also wrong , the right answer would be 3 4/9 , why tho?

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    theanswer is3and 2/5 which can also be written asan improperfraction 17/5. (so itis thesame answer).

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    31/9 is 3.4 so i guess thats how you get 3 4/9

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    see check this out!

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    it is not simply a 4. it has a bar on top, representing that it repeats the 4. so it is really 3.444444: simplified as 3 and 4/9 because 44(just adding on anohter 4 to make it in the hundred column) / 100 ( 44/100= 4/9

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