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# Recurring decimal help watch

1. 0.15 is a recurring decimal write this as a fraction in its simplest form

*the number 5 after the decimal is recurring

2. (Original post by Moshah7)
0.15 is a recurring decimal write this as a fraction in its simplest form

*the number 5 after the decimal is recurring

Procedure is always the same.

Let

Then you want everything after the decimal point to recur, so we can say that and now you can multiply this by 10 again to get the same occurance after the decimal point, so

Now consider

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