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posted by hannah
I don't know how to change 1/3 and 2 1/3
into a decimal and still show my work

Ms. Sue
Divide the numerator by the denominator.
Of you can use the method explained in this site.
http://www.mathplayground.com/fractions_convert.html 
joey
ms sue can you check my answers please?!?!

Georges
1 divided by 3 =0.33
2 1/3=
(2*3)+1=6+1=7
then u have 7/3
7 divided by 3 = 2.33
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