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Converting fractions to decimals
If you already know a bit about both decimals and fractions, this tutorial will help build a bridge between the two. We'll guide you through two very important skills: converting fractions to decimals and converting decimals to fractions. Through a bunch of examples and practice, you'll be able operate in both worlds. Have fun! Common Core Standards: 7.NS.A.2d
Here's an example of how we convert a decimal to a simplified fraction. Over time this will become second nature to you.
We're practicing how to convert a lonely decimal into a happy fraction.
Being a decimal is hard. Everyone picks on you. Not like those lucky fractions. Let's convert the decimal together.
Converting this decimal results in a fraction that needs to be simplified. Can you help us?
Convert a decimal to an equivalent fraction. Convert a decimal to an equivalent mixed number.
Converting fractions to decimals sometimes requires us to brush up on our long division skills. We'll walk you through it.
Sometimes when you convert a fraction to a decimal you have to do some long division and rounding.
This is a great example of converting a fraction to a decimal. Use a scratch pad so you can follow along.
Convert a fraction to decimal rounded to the nearest thousandth.