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I determined that 5 divided by 8 equals 0.625; however, I cannot determine how the book arrived at 0.625 equaling the fraction 4 5/8. My conversion of 0.625 is fraction 5/8.

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    .625 does not equal 4 5/8, 4 5/8 equals 4.625

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