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Q: How do you solve decimals?

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The answer depends on what "this" problem is.

Not necessarily, but often it is simpler to convert fractions into decimals to solve the equation.

The LCM refers to whole numbers, not decimals.

I think it's easiest to convert it to a decimal. For example 1 and 1/2 is 1.5. Then, use 1.5 in your calculations since it's easy to solve with decimals

No, it is not impossible because you can convert fractions into decimal and vice versa

Decimals are all ready decimals so how could you say to convert it back to decimal

terminating decimals and repeating decimals

In some cases that can help you by getting rid of decimals.

Two of them are terminating decimals and recurring decimals

Percentages are just decimals multiplied by 100, so 90 % = 0.90 To solve 90 percent of 390 you need simply to multiply 390 by 0.90 (390)(0.90)=351

terminating decimals non terminating decimals repeating decimals non repeating decimals

Decimals is not a language!

6.7,6.8,6.4,5.9

The answer depends on what you wish to do with decimals.

Terminating decimals are decimals that end, such as, 2.384. Non-terminating decimals that don't end, such as, 0.3333333333.......

Even if you keep the decimal, later on you will still have to remove it. It is just an easier way to solve the equation.

terminating decimals repeating decimals

Some decimals are. Counting numbers are a proper subset of decimals.

They are decimals that have equal value.

When learning money,there will be decimals

You spelled it correctly - "decimals".

Decimals are numbers.

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No.