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    turn decimals into fractions and fractions into decimals

    How can you turn a 3/4 into a decimal without using a calculator and like 1.44 into a fraction w/o using a calculator.

    my school is to slow to teach us math without a calculator


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    depends on what the problem is bro

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    0.75 is 3/4
    (100 divide by 4 = 25 multiplied by 3)
    and 1.44 into a fraction... who the fuck knows lol
    i think its like no no... never mind :P

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    depends on what the problem is bro

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    The easiest way to go from fraction to decimal is to put the value over 10 ^ n where n = any positive integer. This means that for 3/4, multiply by 25/25 to get 75/100. 75/100 is obviously .75 because .xy is xy/100. To go from 1.44 to fraction, do the same in reverse. 1.44 = 144/100. 144/100 is equal to 36/25. Because the prime factors of 36 are 2 ^ 2, and 3 ^ 2, and the prime factors of 25 are 5 ^ 2, there are no common factors and the number cannot be simplified further.

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    To Turn Fraction into Decimal, Do the top number divided by bottom number (;p, Forgot what they called); in this case 3 divided by 4. to turn Decimal into fraction, just put 100 under number and times the number by 100.

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    get out of essentials then.

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    1.44 Is 1 44/100 In fractions.

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    How fucking stupid can MPGH get?

    A fraction consists of 2 integers, so be a good boy and get them: 1.44 = 144 / 100. Omg wow we have a fraction. If the decimals are repeating it's still a rational number can be expressed with a fraction: Wiki.

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