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**In this module, you can ****study learn how to convert a fraction to a decimal number.**

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- Read about converting fractions to decimalsRead this step-by-step explanation about how to convert a fraction to a decimal by using long division. Also covers what to do if the decimal answer contains a repeating part.

The fraction bar means division. So "3/4" means "3 divided by 4".

**Practice and study**

- Download a worksheet for converting between fractions and decimalsCreate and print your own worksheet (with answers!) to practice conversion between fractions and decimals.
- Quiz yourself on converting fractions to decimalsCheck your understanding of fraction-to-decimal conversion with this self-quiz from McGraw-Hill.

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