Using the last decimal place you can determine the proper denominator for the fraction.

Non-repeating finite decimals:

- Example: Convert 0.76 into a fraction.

0.76 → 6 is in hundreds place; therefore, hundred is proper denominator

Repeating decimals:

- Example: Convert into a fraction.

Use a variable to solve.

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Multiply variable, x, by a power of 10 to get decimal places to line up.

see the last place it repeats: → hundredths place, so multiply x by 100