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0.57142857142 as a fraction

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    please help

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    if you look at this number the repeatition of digits start after 2 now you have to move the decimal point exactly to the right of digit 2

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    let x = 0.57142857142 multiply x by 1000000 we get 1000000x = 571428.571428 1000000x - x = 571428 999999x = 571428 x = 571428/999999

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    The answer above can be simplified as \[ \frac{571428} {999999}=\frac 4 7 \]

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