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Hello, let's say you want to change 3/4 to decimal. You take 3 divided by 4 =.750. That is the top number divided by the lower number. Good luck.

Mar 05, 2015 | SoftMath Algebrator - Algebra Homework...

It is already in decimal for. Maybe you mean fraction?

0.705=705/1000=(141*5)/(200*5)

After simplification by 5 you get**141/200**

0.705=705/1000=(141*5)/(200*5)

After simplification by 5 you get

Oct 22, 2013 | Encore Math Advantage Algebra II and...

A number with a periodic decimal representation cannot be equivalent to a fraction with denominator 10 (or a multiple of 10) except if the repeating decimals are zeros.

0.454545...=45/99=5/11

0.454545...=45/99=5/11

Sep 04, 2013 | Super Tutor Pre Algebra (ESDPALG)

C is Celsius

F is Farenheit**C = 5/9 (***F*-32

**F = 9/5 (***C*+32

Let's try converting 68 degrees Farenheit to celsius 5/9(68-32)

Step 1: 68 less 32 is 36

Step 2: 5 divided by 9 is 0.5555555555555

Step 3: multiply the repeating decimal by 36

Step 4: your solution is 20

Now, convert 20 degrees Celsius to Farenheit to check your work.

9/5C +32

Step 1: 9 divided by 5 is 1.8

Step 2: 1.8 multiplied by 20 is 36

Step 3: 36 plus 32 = 68

F is Farenheit

Let's try converting 68 degrees Farenheit to celsius 5/9(68-32)

Step 1: 68 less 32 is 36

Step 2: 5 divided by 9 is 0.5555555555555

Step 3: multiply the repeating decimal by 36

Step 4: your solution is 20

Now, convert 20 degrees Celsius to Farenheit to check your work.

9/5C +32

Step 1: 9 divided by 5 is 1.8

Step 2: 1.8 multiplied by 20 is 36

Step 3: 36 plus 32 = 68

Jun 15, 2011 | Super Tutor Pre Algebra (ESDPALG)

Do you meant, *9 in the *__thousandths __place in decimals*?*

**e.g. ** X.XX__9__ , where X= any numerical values* ie. from 0 to 9*

Jun 08, 2011 | MathRescue Word Problems Of Algebra Lite

ra4942 ,

Yes, you would have to convert the fractions into decimal notation, represented as feet.

Example: 5' 3 1/2" is 5.29167'

By the way, the formula (that you know) is "plus", not "times" ....

a^2**plus** b^2 = c^2 (the square of the hypotenuse is the **SUM** of the squares of the two other sides)

Thanks for using FixYa!

-Gort.

Yes, you would have to convert the fractions into decimal notation, represented as feet.

Example: 5' 3 1/2" is 5.29167'

By the way, the formula (that you know) is "plus", not "times" ....

a^2

Thanks for using FixYa!

-Gort.

Oct 14, 2010 | MathRescue Word Problems Of Algebra Lite

The next number sequence is

Here is how it is solved:

In the whole number sequence, notice how many numbers are skipped:

19, 18, 16, 13, 9, 4

19-18 = 0 skipped

18-16 = 1 skipped

16-13 = 2 skipped

13-9 = 3 skipped

9-4 = 4 skipped

Can you see how the same sequence applies to the decimal side?

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Sep 17, 2010 | MathRescue Word Problems Of Algebra Lite

Hello,

**I will show you the steps. You should be able to carry them out.**

1. Get rid of the 5 on the left by transferring it to the right, while obeying the rules.

2. Write the right side as a fraction with 16 as denominator.

3. Calculate 4^3.

4. Get rid of the number that multiply x by transferring to the right side, while obeying the rules.

5.Express the right hand side as a fraction reduced to its simplest form (Hint:a factor 16 will simplify).

6. Give the result as fraction or calculate its decimal value if that is what is asked.

Hope it helps.

1. Get rid of the 5 on the left by transferring it to the right, while obeying the rules.

2. Write the right side as a fraction with 16 as denominator.

3. Calculate 4^3.

4. Get rid of the number that multiply x by transferring to the right side, while obeying the rules.

5.Express the right hand side as a fraction reduced to its simplest form (Hint:a factor 16 will simplify).

6. Give the result as fraction or calculate its decimal value if that is what is asked.

Hope it helps.

Jul 30, 2009 | SoftMath Algebrator - Algebra Homework...

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