# math,help

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how do you change the following decimal into a fraction.

-3.6666666

3 2/3 or 11/3

Memorize .666666 repeating as 2/3

Now if the sixes do not repeat forever, the fraction can be found as

36666666/1000000 which probably can be reduced some...

thats right thank you test.

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