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Last week's math topic was about two methods to convert a fraction to a decimal. This week's blog is about how to convert a decimal to a fraction. There are two simple ways to do it. The first way is to find out how many numbers are placed after the decimal, and what place it is in. For example, .12 would be 12/100 since the two is in the hundredths place. Another way you can convert a decimal to a fraction is by dividing it by the place number it is in.
The method I prefer the most is just finding out what place number is in. I think it is very simple, and easy to use. I have been using that method ever since I learned it in elementary school. It is also not that confusing either once you understand your decimal places. It is an effcient way to convert the