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If a decimal has one digit that repeats, what number do you multiply by in step 2? |
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a) 1 | b) 10 | c) 100 | d) 1000 | |

What is the first step in converting a repeating decimal to a fraction? |
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a) Let the variable (n) equal the decimal. | b) Multiply both sides of the equation by a power of 10. | c) Subtract the two equations. | d) Solve for n. | |

0.5 with 5 repeating is equal to what fraction? |
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a) 5/10 | b) 1/2 | c) 5/9 | d) 5/99 | |

What number is in the denominator of a fraction (before simplifying) whose decimal has two repeating digits? |
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a) 9 | b) 99 | c) 999 | d) 9999 | |

0.45 with the 45 repeating is equal to which fraction? |
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a) 45/100 = 9/20 | b) 45/99 = 5/11 | c) 4/5 | d) 45/9 = 5 | |

What is the third step in converting a repeating decimal to a fraction? |
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a) Let the variable (n) equal the decimal. | b) Multiply both sides of the equation by a power of 10. | c) Subtract the two equations. | d) Solve for n. | |

What is the last step in converting a repeating decimal to a fraction? |
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a) Let the variable (n) equal the deciimal. | b) Multiply both sides of the equation by a power of 10. | c) Subtract the two equations. | d) Solve for n. | |

What number would you multiply both sides of the equation by if there are three repeating digits in the decimal? |
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a) 10 | b) 100 | c) 1000 | d) 10,000 | |

What is the second step in converting a repeating decimal to a fraction? |
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a) Let the variable (n) equal the decimal. | b) Multiply both sides of the equation by a power of 10. | c) Subtract the two equations. | d) Solve for n. | |

0.12345 with 12345 being repeating digits is equal to what fraction? |
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a) 12345/9 | b) 12345/999 | c) 12345/99999 | d) 12345/999999 | |

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