How do you convert 0.4 (4 being repeated) to a

Irvin Dukes 2021-12-14 Answered
How do you convert 0.4 (4 being repeated) to a fraction?
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kalfswors0m
Answered 2021-12-15 Author has 24 answers
We first let 0.4 (4 being repeated) be x
Since x is recurring in 1 decimal places, we multiply it by 10.
10x=4.4
Next, we subtract them.
10xx=4.4=0.4
9x=4
Lastly, we divide both sides by 9 to get x as a fraction.
x=49

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Pademagk71
Answered 2021-12-16 Author has 34 answers
The given decimal is: 0.44444.
Let the given decimal be equal to x, hence it follows that:
x=0.44444.
Multiplying both sides by 10, we get:
10x=4.44444..
Now, lets

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