Objective: I can change fractions (with denominator 10, 100, 1,000) to decimals.
If the denominator is 10, count from right to left one place and write the decimal point.
If the denominator is 100, count from right to left two places and write the decimal point.
If the denominator is 100, count from right to left three places and write the decimal point.
Read the lesson on converting fractions to decimals if you need to learn how to change fractions to decimals.
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