Question about Casio FX-260 Calculator
You can always convert a fraction to a decimal. The reverse may not always be possible. Look at the example on the screen capture.
You may be lucky and recover a fraction you have just converted into decimal format, but you cannot just write 0.333333333333 and expect the calculator to convert it to 1/3: The true fraction 1/3 has an infinite number of 3's after the decimal mark.
Posted on Jun 22, 2010
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