Objective: I can change decimals to fractions.

Decimals are special fractions.

The place of the decimal point tells us the denominator of these fractions.

The first place to the right of the decimal point has a denominator of 10.

The second place to the right of the decimal point has a denominator of 100.

The third place to the right of the decimal point has a denominator of 1000.

Read this lesson on converting decimals to fractions if you need to learn more about changing decimals to fractions.

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