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# Fractions and Decimals

1. Converting a decimal to a fraction:

To convert a decimal to a fraction,

â€¢ In the numerator, place the digits to the right of the decimal point

â€¢ In the denominator, put the place value named by the last digit in the decimal if the â€œthsâ€™ is left off.

2. Converting a fraction to a decimal:

To convert a fraction to a decimal, divide the numerator by the denominator. Be sure to follow the given instructions regarding rounding or dividing until the decimal terminates or repeats.

3. Multiplying with both decimals and fractions-an interesting â€œcancellationâ€ opportunity.

Common factors can be divided out even when one or both of the numbers are decimals.

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Sometimes, there are no common factors to divide out or it is simply easier to convert the fractions to decimals and complete the arithmetic.