Convert each fraction to a decimal number. Round each decimal to the indicated place value, then convert to a percent.
A) 27/56 (tenths)
B) 125/396 (thousandths)
C) 1496/2005 (hundredths)
Repeating Decimals- A decimal number with a digit or group of digits that repeats forever... Repeating digits are show with a bar example-
Use a calculator to convert these fraction to a repeating decimal-
A) 1/3 = 0.3333333 OR 0.3 with a bar on the top of the three.
B) 5/9 = 0.5555555 OR 0.5 with a bar on the top of the five.
C) 5/6 = 0.8333333 OR 0.83 with a line on top of the 3
A decimal number in which the digits stop examples include 0.4, 0.86, 0.125
Find each of the following as a percent-
a) 23 out of 80
b) 421 out of 560
Change each terminating decimal number to a fraction-
Simplify the expression-
Lastly, construct an angle bisector of a 60 degree angle
Remember, it's the dance on Friday, Be sure to finish ALL your work.
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