Well today I learned in class how to divide fractions into decimals. When your doing that you have to know how to divide. Well some people wonder why does when you are fractions the denominator always is bigger than the decimal when you divide the fraction into a decimal? Well I got the answer for that. You know when you are eating a pizza the slices gets smaller when you eat its like that when you are making a fraction into a decimal. When your dividing more of the pizza the pieces get smaller the denominator of a fractions get bigger because of how many pieces there are. In the tenths place the number does not have to be bigger because we already know it is going to 8/10 into 0.8.

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