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Q: How do you use long division to find a repeated decimal equivalency for 89?

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You carry out long division.

You need to divide the numerator by the denominator and you will find your answer.

Divide the numerator of the rational number by its denominator. The quotient is the decimal equivalent.

Write the fraction as a decimal ... do the long division, if you have to, to find the decimal equivalent. Once you have the decimal, multiply it by 100 ... same as moving the decimal point two places to the right ... and you have the percent.

Underlining is used in questions asked about decimals, not in decimal notation.A bar across the top of a decimal number means that the number (or numbers) are repeated infinitely as the decimal equivalent of a fraction, such as 1/3 (0.3333) or 1/7 (0.142857142857142857).

Using ordinary long division, divide the fraction's numerator by its denominator.

You do the division!

5.67

The fraction 7/9 can be represented as a decimal with an infinite number of 7's after the decimal point. As a percent, we can multiply the decimal by 100 and find that 7/9 is equivalent to 77.(7)%, where (7) indicates an infinite number of 7's repeated.

The answer to a division is the quotient

0.6364

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