# math

write two decimals that are equivilant to:
0.68

0.9

I think you mean two fractions because the decimal representation is unique (with some exceptions we'll skip for now)
0.68 = 68/100 = 34/50 = 17/25
0.9 = 90/100 = something you can do now

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