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In this module, you can study learn how to convert a decimal number to a fraction.

The video above shows you the idea behind converting decimals to fractions.

The video above shows you how to convert a decimal number with one repeating digit (such as 0.777...) to a fraction. Sal Khan uses a little algebra to explain the conversion.

The video above shows you how to convert a decimal number with more than one repeating digit (such as 0.841841841...) to a fraction. Sal Khan uses a little algebra to explain the conversion.

Decimals and fractions are used to represent the same number. For example, 0.5 is the same number as 1/2.

Many times, if you can simply read a decimal number aloud, you can convert it to a fraction. For example, when you read "0.3", you say "three tenths". "Three tenths" can be written as the fraction "3/10".

- Study converting decimals to fractionsRead about converting decimals to fractions at mathsisfun.com. After reading, try your hand at a few sample problems.
- Read about converting decimals to fractionsThis link shows you how to covert decimals to fractions. There are also links to a video, quiz and worksheet.
- Download a decimal-to-fraction conversion worksheetDesign and print a worksheet for practicing decimal-to-fraction conversion at math-aids.com. Answers included.
- Quiz yourself on decimal-to-fraction conversionCheck your understanding of decimal-to-fraction conversion at onlinemathlearning.com.
- Quiz yourself on decimal-to-mixed-number conversionCheck your understanding of converting decimal numbers to mixed numbers at onlinemathlearning.com.

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