Fraction to decimal question
posted by Moby .
Is there any way to convert to a decimal if you can't find a denominator that works your way?
like 21/34 ?
can you explain???

Divide the numerator by the denominator. What do you get?

.6176 yes it long and remainder of 10
but is there any way to convert to a decimal if you can't find a denominator ? 
I don't think so. Study these:
http://aaamath.com/dec.htm
http://aaamath.com/fra.htm 
1.61

Jman  you're wrong. 21/34 is less than 1.

Thanks, writeteacher I will. and Jman you round up the .6 to a one and now have 1.61 ?

ok Ms Sue thanks all!

You're welcome, Moby.

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