Posted by Jonathan on Sunday, June 11, 2006 at 2:45pm.
How do you get:
Show that 0.00317 is a rational number by writing it as a quotient if integers.
(the 317 has a line above it.)
Bob Pursley showed how to do that very question in an earlier post. Look back perhaps 2-3-4 days and you will find it.
I did look earler, but I when I came across it, it did not display the message. It must be a technical error. That is why I reposted it.
This site had a server upgrade just after that posting and apparently all the earlier posts and responses were lost during the upgrade on the 11th. The web master is investigating. Good luck.
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