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How Do You Change A Decimal Into A Mixed Number In Lowest Terms?

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12.38
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7.79
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Give me a number
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You multiply the decimal  numbers and and half
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You make use of the place values of the digits, and you reduce the resulting fraction in the usual way. Example: 1.8 = 1 8/10 = 1 4/5
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It's very simple actually. Take the decimal integers as numerator and then place a digit 1 under the decimal point and place zeros followed by 1 for each digit in the numerator. After, simplifying the fraction you will have the required fraction. For example, if I am to convert 0.0025 into a fraction, the proceeding operation will be :-
  => 0.0025
  => 0025/10000
  => 25/10000
  => 5/1000
  => 1/200
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The integer part of the decimal is the integer part of the mixed number. The part of the decimal to the right of the decimal point can be written as a fraction based on the place values of the digits.

8.57 = 8 57/100    (this fraction cannot be reduced)

After you have the fraction, you can reduce it, if possible.

6.125 = 6 125/1000 = 6 1/8
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If it is 4.7 which is one decimal place then it is 4 7/ 10 but if it is 2 decimal place like 4.76 then it is out of 100, 200, 300 10000, 100 000 or more so it will be e.g. 4 76/ 100.

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