converting fraction
Convert the fraction 8/17 to a decimal.
Please show how it done
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Anonymous

Divide 8 by 17.
http://www.mathsisfun.com/convertingfractionsdecimals.htmlposted by Writeacher

I get 0.47 is that correct?
posted by Anonymous

Yes, that's right.
You can also check your work by going to www.google.com and entering the math problem. I entered 8/17 and pressed the Enter key  and there it was!posted by Writeacher

Thank you so much for your help
posted by Anonymous

You're very welcome.
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