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2.1875 converted into a fraction ? Im am so confused like ... woah ... help ?? [color=#40BFBF][/color] <--- why these words for tha color ??
 Mar 12, 2014
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Hello XxjenniluvzxX, 2.1875 is equal to 35/16:
35/16

This is #40BFBF, use it as [color=#40BFBF]TEXT_HERE[ /color]
This is #40FF00 [color=#40FF00]TEXT_HERE[ /color]


Dms
 Mar 12, 2014
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XxjenniluvzxX:

2.1875 converted into a fraction ? Im am so confused like ... woah ... help ?? [color=#40BFBF][/color] <--- why these words for tha color ??



For a start you can split that decimal up into 2 + 0.1875
now
0.1=1/10
0.18=18/100
0.187=187/1000
0.1875 = 1875/10000
That is how decimals work.
So one answer is just
2 and 1875/10000

Now, if you want to simplify the fraction part then you need to find a common divisor of 1875 and 10000
25 would be a good start. aAnyway you have to cancel down. Do you know how to do that?

[color=#00FF00][/color]
This is the computer language for this colour. The computer doesn't understand 'lime green' but it does understand colour=#00FF00 The hash just means number and the 00FF00 is the number assigned to this shade of green.
There are many computer languages. I assume this is written in HTML (Hyper Text Markup Language) HTML is the most common laguage used on the internet.
I am not very knowledgeable about computer languages so if someone you trust contradicts me, then believe them, or better still, research it on the net and make up your own mind.
 Mar 12, 2014

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