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### Course: 8th grade foundations (Eureka Math/EngageNY)>Unit 7

Lesson 1: Topic A & B: Foundations

# Fraction to decimal: 11/25

Sal writes 11/25 as a decimal. Created by Sal Khan.

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• when you say to round it up or down and you do it in a test and they want a specific answer will they mark your answer wrong
• it depends. mostly they do want it pacific but in some cases it's fine. go with your gut or watch more videos. still don't know? ask a parent.
• Can't you just do 11/25=44/100=0.44
• That is a good method! but usually in the beginning, you want to do it how he did it because sometimes the numbers won't be even like that.
• RAWRRRR this mad confusing twin ii should probably not sleep ion math it just gets boring
• It's weird, all this was 10 years ago or a year ago. not many people are on here
• change the way the comments are sorted from "top voted" to "recent" :)
• im confused because i was doing the same division as him and i got 4 with a repeating bar is that right
• thank you that is my b-day
• i been watching this for 2 hours i still dont get it
• All you do is divide the numerator and denominator or use a calculator
• im confused @0@ on all of this