2014 S1-07 Maths Blog
Wednesday, 29 January 2014
Investigation: Recurring Decimals
We went through quite a number of examples of how a given fraction can be expressed as a recurring decimals.
Now, as a challenge, can you express a recurring decimal as fraction?
Let's go into discussion next week when you are back from holiday!
2 comments:
Lee Jing Yang, Joshua
30 January 2014 at 12:42
1/11*3=3/11(i know this logic not good)
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Kwa Yu Heng
31 January 2014 at 08:41
y= 0.27272727....
10y=27.27272727...
10y - y=27
9y=27
y=3
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1/11*3=3/11(i know this logic not good)

ReplyDeletey= 0.27272727....

ReplyDelete10y=27.27272727...

10y - y=27

9y=27

y=3