Converting repeating decimals to fractions (part 2 of 2) (Full video)

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Supporting grades: 8

Description: Learn how to convert the repeating decimals 0.363636... and 0.714141414... and 3.257257257... to fractions. Created by Sal Khan. In the last video, we did some examples where we had one digit repeating on and on forever, and we were able to convert those into fractions. In this video, we want to tackle something a little bit more interesting, which is multiple digits repeating on and on forever. And it just keeps going on and on and on like that forever.

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