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express the fraction 11/30 in decimal form

 Nov 12, 2014

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sorry Jillybean but that is not correct

you can use the onsite calc on the home page to answer this question.

or

if I was going to do it by hand I would say   11/30=1.1/3

and then I would set up a normal division to divide 1.1 by 3

You just need to line up the decimal points :)

 Nov 12, 2014
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$${\mathtt{11.33}} = {\frac{{\mathtt{1\,133}}}{{\mathtt{100}}}}$$

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 Nov 12, 2014
 #2
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Best Answer

sorry Jillybean but that is not correct

you can use the onsite calc on the home page to answer this question.

or

if I was going to do it by hand I would say   11/30=1.1/3

and then I would set up a normal division to divide 1.1 by 3

You just need to line up the decimal points :)

Melody Nov 12, 2014
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srry i messed up every one makes mistakes

 Nov 12, 2014
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Yes that is true Jillybean :)

 Nov 12, 2014
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im not

 Nov 12, 2014
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No?

some other generous person must be giving you those points then :))

 Nov 12, 2014
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guess so

 Nov 12, 2014

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