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GCSE Number - Converting recurring
decimals to fractions:
No. of repeating digits Multiply by Divide by
1 (e.g. 0.5) 10 (5) 9 (5/9)
2 (e.g. 0.45) 100 (45) 99 (45/99)
3 (e.g. 0.345) 1000 999
-rp x rq = rp+q - (rq)p = rpq - More index rules on revision…

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the nearest kg. It is used to fill bags that will contain 250 g of sand measured to the
nearest 10 g. Work out the maximum number of bags that can
be filled. -For maximum number of filled bags, we want the most sand and the smallest
bags -Maximum sand…

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GCSE Number - Converting recurring
decimals to fractions:
No. of repeating digits Multiply by Divide by
1 (e.g. 0.5) 10 (5) 9 (5/9)
2 (e.g. 0.45) 100 (45) 99 (45/99)
3 (e.g. 0.345) 1000 999
-rp x rq = rp+q - (rq)p = rpq - More index rules on revision…

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the nearest kg. It is used to fill bags that will contain 250 g of sand measured to the
nearest 10 g. Work out the maximum number of bags that can
be filled. -For maximum number of filled bags, we want the most sand and the smallest
bags -Maximum sand…

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