# 1 7 8 as a decimal

## Fraction to Decimal Conversion Calculator How to Write 8/9 as a Decimal : Math Questions & Answers

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The calculators on this page require JavaScript but you appear to have switched JavaScript off it is disabled. Please go to the Preferences for this browser and enable it if you want to use the calculators, then Reload this page. The decimal fraction of every proper fraction is either terminating or else it becomes recurring. Two things can happen in this process: either at some stage d divides exactly into a number in the division process and so the division stops because the remainder is 0. Note that we must stop OR else get into a cycle because when we divide by d there are only d different remainders: 0, 1, 2,

In the tables below, I have listed fractions with denominators between 2 and 10 plus some elevenths and twelfths. Also, I have listed fractions only in their lowest denominators. Don't feel like you "have" to memorize these fractions and their equivalents — you don't — but you should at least be familiar with the nice neat decimal equivalents, such as for the eighths and fourths, and the easy repeating decimals, like for the thirds and ninths. Curious note: The elevenths convert to percentage for in terms of 9 s. Another curious note: Check out the decimal expansions for the sevenths. They all contain the exact same sequence of digits: 5 , 7 , 14 , and

## Worked example: Converting a fraction (7/8) to a decimal

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