__Objective__:

- Convert repeating decimals into fractions

__What are repeating decimals?__

Repeating decimals are decimals that have a repeating pattern. For example, 0.2121... is a repeating decimal because the digits "21" keeps repeating in a pattern. Some other examples include,

These same numbers can be written with a "bar notation" over the repeating digits. For example, we can write...

__How to Convert a Repeating Decimal into a Fraction__

Lets look at an example with one repeating digit:

__Your Turn #1__

Convert the following repeating decimal into a fraction:

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Now, lets look at another example with two repeating digits:

__Your Turn #2__

Convert the following repeating decimal into a fraction:

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In the final example, lets look at a decimal with three repeating digits:

__Your Turn #3__

Convert the following repeating decimal into a fraction:

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## Quiz

(C) 2017 MATH IN DEMAND