Recurring Decimals 5.0 / 5 MathematicsNumberGCSEAll boards Created by: milk?Created on: 18-09-18 12:11 Recurring decimals This is how to turn recurring decimals to fractions: Turn 0.4r into a fraction (r = reccuring) Make 0.4r = x, then times it by 10 10x = 4.4r Then take 10x away from x to make 9x=4 which is 4/9 1 of 2 Recurring decimals 2 To do a recurring decimal with a normal number first, do this: Turn 0.631313131(r) into a fraction First, times it by 1000. so 1000x=631.313131(r) then times x by 10 and take it away. so 1000x-10x = 631.3131 - 6.31313131= 625 = 990x = 625 ----- 990 2 of 2

Maths unit B:Convert fractions to recurring decimals and represent recurring decimals as fractions 0.0 / 5

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