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## What is 6 over 7 as a recurring decimal?

0.857142857142

6/7 as a repeating decimal is 0.857142857142. To write 6/7 as a repeating decimal we would divide 6 by 7, and the answer is 0.857142857142.

## What is the fraction of 0.6 recurring?

2/3

Answer: 0.6 repeating as a fraction is equal to 2/3.

**Is 6.6 repeating rational or irrational?**

Repeating decimals are considered rational numbers because they can be represented as a ratio of two integers.

### Why is there no 7 in fractions?

There is not much that can be done to figure out how to write -5.7 as a fraction, except to literally use what the decimal portion of your number, the . 7, means. Since there are 1 digits in 7, the very last digit is the “10th” decimal place.

### How to convert 6.7 to a fraction number?

Convert 6.7 to Fraction. Decimal to fraction chart and calculator. Writes any decimal number as a fraction. Step 2: If the decimal is not a whole number, multiply both top and bottom by 10 until you get an interger at the numerator.

**How are fractions calculated in a fraction calculator?**

The calculator provided returns fraction inputs in both improper fraction form as well as mixed number form. In both cases, fractions are presented in their lowest forms by dividing both numerator and denominator by their greatest common factor. Converting from decimals to fractions is straightforward.

## Do you multiply fractions by the same factor?

Multiplying the numerator of each fraction by the same factors is necessary, since fractions are ratios of values and a changed denominator requires that the numerator be changed by the same factor in order for the value of the fraction to remain the same.

## Which is the correct way to divide a fraction?

The process for dividing fractions is similar to that for multiplying fractions. In order to divide fractions, the fraction in the numerator is multiplied by the reciprocal of the fraction in the denominator. The reciprocal of a number a is simply. .