ttop0816
  • ttop0816
-0.38 written as a fraction is _____. -7/18 -15/36 2/5
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  • jamiebookeater
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Hero
  • Hero
Expressed verbally, -0.38 is read as "negative thirty-eight hundredths". Expressed as a fraction, -0.38 is written as \(-\frac{38}{100}\) If you reduce that fraction to simplest form, it should match one of your answer choices.
Hero
  • Hero
Is there a fourth answer choice?
ttop0816
  • ttop0816
it didnt come out;;

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ttop0816
  • ttop0816
no;
Hero
  • Hero
Did you try reducing the fraction? If so, what did you get?
ttop0816
  • ttop0816
i got until 19/50
Hero
  • Hero
-19/50 is the correct simplification. None of the answer choices match though.
anonymous
  • anonymous
i think @ttop0816 your -0.38 should be -0.38 where there is a bar in top of 8 because its a nonterminating decimal
anonymous
  • anonymous
and the answer would be -7/18
anonymous
  • anonymous
but if it just -0.38 then @Hero answers is correct
anonymous
  • anonymous
in converting non terminating decimals you can use these site http://www.purplemath.com/modules/percents2.htm as a reference :)

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