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Ratios & Percentages

Ratios & Percentages

Converting Decimals to Fractions

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Above you will see forty-five hundredths, which means forty-five out of a hundred. If you reduce that fraction you get 9/20.

When converting a decimal to a fraction, all you really need to do is look at the last place value and put the right amount of zeros in the denominator. Oh, and then reduce the fraction if possible.

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