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Ordinarily, an over-bar would be used to identify the repeating digits. On Blurtit, an under-bar is easier to create.

When the repeating digits start at the decimal point, the equivalent fraction can be found by putting the repeating digits over an equal number of nines. 0.142857

**0.13**__= 0.1*1.3__**3**__3__= 0.1*(1 1/3) (recognize that 0.3__3__= 1/3) = (1/10)*(4/3)**= 4/30**When the repeating digits start at the decimal point, the equivalent fraction can be found by putting the repeating digits over an equal number of nines. 0.142857

__142857__= 142857/999999 = 1/7 (there are 6 repeating digits, so we use 6 nines in the denominator) In your problem above, we rearranged the number so as to put the repeating part at the decimal point.