28/04/20 - Decimals as Fractions
Today we are going to continue practising turning decimals into fractions. Today is slightly different to yesterday as we are going to be looking at numbers that are greater than 1. When writing fractions as decimals, you need to think about the place value of each digit. Before completing the tasks, make sure you work through the PowerPoint below to help you with this unit. If you have any questions, or you get stuck, make sure you email your teacher for some help!
Have a go at changing the following mixed numbers into decimals and then try out the questions below.
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