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FRACTIONS AS DECIMALS

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FRACTIONS AS DECIMALS

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REMEMBER: Fractions are fancy division problems!!!!!

Write each fraction as a decimal. Use bar notation, if necessary.

6

5

7

3

3

4

B.

C.

A.

1

.2

2

.3

3

3

0.7

5

6.0

5

7.000

3

4

– 2 8

– 6

– 5

20

10

7

3

10

= 2.3

– 20

– 9

– 10

10

0

0

– 9

10

3

4

6

5

= 1.2

– 9

= 0.75

1

Write each fraction as a decimal.

3 5

D.

Multiply to get a power of ten in the denominator.

3 5

2 2

6 10

=

x

= 0.6

18 25

E.

Multiply to get a power of ten in the denominator.

18 25

4 4

72 100

=

x

= 0.72

Write each fraction as a decimal.

4 5

F.

Multiply to get a power of ten in the denominator.

4 5

2 2

8 10

=

x

= 0.8

37 50

G.

Multiply to get a power of ten in the denominator.

37 50

2 2

74 100

=

x

= 0.74

Reading Math

You read the decimal 0.018 as “eighteen thousandths.”

Write each decimal as a fraction in simplest form.

Don’t forget me!

I. 1.55

H. 0.018

18

1,000

55

100

0.018 =

1.55 =

1

18 ÷ 2

1,000 ÷ 2

55 ÷ 5

100 ÷ 5

=

1

=

9

500

11

20

=

=

1

Write each decimal as a fraction in simplest form.

Don’t forget me!

K. 1.30

J. 0.15

15

100

30

100

0.15 =

1.30 =

1

30 ÷ 10

100 ÷ 10

15 ÷ 5

100 ÷ 5

=

1

=

3

20

3

10

=

1

=

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You can do it!!