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convert the mixed number 145/7 to mixed decimal. round to the nearest hundredth

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    145/7 = 20 5/7
    The 5/7 part of that equals 0.714..
    The decimal answer is 20.71, rounded the way they asked.

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    Convert the fraction to a decimal. Round to the nearest thousandth.
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