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By using the decimal numbers, you are now using the concept of fraction.

There are some situation where we can apply the fraction, for example, cooking, medicine, sewing and tailoring :)

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Q: What are 5 ways you can use fractions in real life?
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When we simplify fractions.

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Ratios for sports (ex. he went 3/4), how much food you have left(ex. 5/8), for prices on sale (ex. 1/2 off), and many other ways they were the three that came to my mind