The learner will express fractions as decimal numbers.

## Expressing Fractions As Decimal Numbers

Express $\frac{9}{10}$ as a decimal number. If the decimal does not terminate, round to two decimal places.

## Correct!

Express $\frac{9}{10}$ as a decimal number. If the decimal does not terminate, round to two decimal places.

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## Incorrect

Express $\frac{9}{10}$ as a decimal number. If the decimal does not terminate, round to two decimal places.

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## Expressing Fractions As Decimal Numbers

Express $\frac{2}{3}$ as a decimal number. If the decimal does not terminate, round to two decimal places.

## Correct!

Express $\frac{2}{3}$ as a decimal number. If the decimal does not terminate, round to two decimal places.

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## Incorrect

Express $\frac{2}{3}$ as a decimal number. If the decimal does not terminate, round to two decimal places.

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## Expressing Fractions As Decimal Numbers

Express $\frac{4}{5}$ as a decimal number. If the decimal does not terminate, round to two decimal places.

## Correct!

Express $\frac{4}{5}$ as a decimal number. If the decimal does not terminate, round to two decimal places.

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## Incorrect

Express $\frac{4}{5}$ as a decimal number. If the decimal does not terminate, round to two decimal places.

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## Expressing Fractions As Decimal Numbers

Express $\frac{1}{11}$ as a decimal number. If the decimal does not terminate, round to two decimal places.

## Correct!

Express $\frac{1}{11}$ as a decimal number. If the decimal does not terminate, round to two decimal places.

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## Incorrect

Express $\frac{1}{11}$ as a decimal number. If the decimal does not terminate, round to two decimal places.

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## Expressing Fractions As Decimal Numbers

Express $\frac{5}{7}$ as a decimal number. If the decimal does not terminate, round to two decimal places.

## Correct!

Express $\frac{5}{7}$ as a decimal number. If the decimal does not terminate, round to two decimal places.

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## Incorrect

Express $\frac{5}{7}$ as a decimal number. If the decimal does not terminate, round to two decimal places.

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## Expressing Fractions As Decimal Numbers

Express $\frac{4}{9}$ as a decimal number. If the decimal does not terminate, round to two decimal places.

## Correct!

Express $\frac{4}{9}$ as a decimal number. If the decimal does not terminate, round to two decimal places.

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## Incorrect

Express $\frac{4}{9}$ as a decimal number. If the decimal does not terminate, round to two decimal places.

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## Expressing Fractions As Decimal Numbers

Express $\frac{3}{4}$ as a decimal number. If the decimal does not terminate, round to two decimal places.

## Correct!

Express $\frac{3}{4}$ as a decimal number. If the decimal does not terminate, round to two decimal places.

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## Incorrect

Express $\frac{3}{4}$ as a decimal number. If the decimal does not terminate, round to two decimal places.

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## Expressing Fractions As Decimal Numbers

Express $\frac{5}{6}$ as a decimal number. If the decimal does not terminate, round to two decimal places.

## Correct!

Express $\frac{5}{6}$ as a decimal number. If the decimal does not terminate, round to two decimal places.

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## Incorrect

Express $\frac{5}{6}$ as a decimal number. If the decimal does not terminate, round to two decimal places.

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## Expressing Fractions As Decimal Numbers

Express $\frac{15}{16}$ as a decimal number. If the decimal does not terminate, round to two decimal places.

## Correct!

Express $\frac{15}{16}$ as a decimal number. If the decimal does not terminate, round to two decimal places.

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## Incorrect

Express $\frac{15}{16}$ as a decimal number. If the decimal does not terminate, round to two decimal places.

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## Expressing Fractions As Decimal Numbers

Express $\frac{19}{20}$ as a decimal number. If the decimal does not terminate, round to two decimal places.

## Correct!

Express $\frac{19}{20}$ as a decimal number. If the decimal does not terminate, round to two decimal places.

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## Incorrect

Express $\frac{19}{20}$ as a decimal number. If the decimal does not terminate, round to two decimal places.

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## Expressing Fractions As Decimal Numbers

Express $\frac{12}{18}$ as a decimal number. If the decimal does not terminate, round to two decimal places.

## Correct!

Express $\frac{12}{18}$ as a decimal number. If the decimal does not terminate, round to two decimal places.

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## Incorrect

Express $\frac{12}{18}$ as a decimal number. If the decimal does not terminate, round to two decimal places.

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## Expressing Fractions As Decimal Numbers

Express $\frac{14}{15}$ as a decimal number. If the decimal does not terminate, round to two decimal places.

## Correct!

Express $\frac{14}{15}$ as a decimal number. If the decimal does not terminate, round to two decimal places.

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## Incorrect

Express $\frac{14}{15}$ as a decimal number. If the decimal does not terminate, round to two decimal places.

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## Expressing Fractions As Decimal Numbers

Express $\frac{7}{100}$ as a decimal number. If the decimal does not terminate, round to two decimal places.

## Correct!

Express $\frac{7}{100}$ as a decimal number. If the decimal does not terminate, round to two decimal places.

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## Incorrect

Express $\frac{7}{100}$ as a decimal number. If the decimal does not terminate, round to two decimal places.

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## Expressing Fractions As Decimal Numbers

Express $\frac{17}{1000}$ as a decimal number. If the decimal does not terminate, round to two decimal places.

## Correct!

Express $\frac{17}{1000}$ as a decimal number. If the decimal does not terminate, round to two decimal places.

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## Incorrect

Express $\frac{17}{1000}$ as a decimal number. If the decimal does not terminate, round to two decimal places.

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## Expressing Fractions As Decimal Numbers

Express $\frac{9}{75}$ as a decimal number. If the decimal does not terminate, round to two decimal places.

## Correct!

Express $\frac{9}{75}$ as a decimal number. If the decimal does not terminate, round to two decimal places.

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## Incorrect

Express $\frac{9}{75}$ as a decimal number. If the decimal does not terminate, round to two decimal places.

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