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A repeating decimal keeps repeating itself endlessly. Yet, no worries, you don't need to have unlimited paper to write it down. We can convert it into a fraction for a clearer presentation. Let's learn how in this session.

Basic Concepts: Converting among decimals, fractions, and percents, Percents, fractions, and decimals

- IntroductionHow to convert repreating decimals to fractions?a)The entire decimal repeats

$\bullet$ E.g. $0.\overline1$, $0.\overline3$, $7.\overline2$b)Only a portion of the decimal repeats

$\bullet$ E.g. $0.0\overline1$, $4.1\overline6$, $4.00\overline3\overline6$ - 1.Converting repeating decimals to fractionsa)0.$\overline{38}$b)3.9$\overline{6}$c)-1.25$\overline{60}$

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