how I convert  -0.06 with repeating 6 only to a fraction
asked Oct 11, 2011 in Pre-Algebra Answers by anonymous

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Perhaps, you can try by:

dividing 2 by 3 and get: 0.6 repeated

so, this time, try adding a zero by the denominator, which turns the fraction into 2/30.

If you solve this, you may end up with 0.06 repeated.

2/3 = 0.6

2/30 = 0.06

answered Mar 7, 2012 by Gabriel (460 points)

Sorry, add the negative sign behind the fraction...

answered Mar 7, 2012 by Gabriel (460 points)

Which gives you -2/30

answered Mar 7, 2012 by Gabriel (460 points)
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answered Sep 15, 2013 by anonymous
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