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  • one year ago

Express the following terminating decimal as a quotient of intergers. If possible, reduce to lowest terms. 0.13

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  1. jazzyfa30
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    @phi

  2. phi
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    is that \[ 0.\overline {13} \]

  3. jazzyfa30
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    no it doesn't say that

  4. phi
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    ok, if it is just 0.13 that means 13/100

  5. jazzyfa30
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    so if the last digit is in the hundredth place I put it over 100

  6. phi
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    the numbers to the right of the decimal point are tenths (1/10), hundreths (1/100), thousandths (1/1000) if you see just a single number like 0.3 then that means 3/10 if you see two numbers, like 0.23 that means 23/100 if you see three numbers, like 0.012 that means 012/1000 or 12/1000

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    ok thanks

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