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# Repeating Decimals

## Identify repeating decimals by dividing the numerator of a fraction by the denominator.

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## Example 1: Convert a Fraction to a Decimal (terminating)

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Provides two examples of how to convert a fraction to a terminating decimal.
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## Example 2: Convert a Fraction to a Decimal (terminating)

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## Example 3: Convert a Fraction to a Decimal (repeating)

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This video provides two examples of how to convert a fraction to a repeating decimal.
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