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5 divided by 8 is

5/8 = 0.625

Q: What is 5 divided by 8 as a repeating decimal?

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8 over 127 is the same as 8 divided by 127: 8 Ã· 127 = 0.2962 . . . (repeating).

10 this is not the correct! 5/8 you divided 5 by 8 and it will get you .625

0.625

0.8 repeating is already a decimal, though as a repeating decimal it is usually written as 0.888... or 0.8 with a bar over the 8 signifiying that the 8 is the part of the decimal that repeats. ========================== It's a decimal point followed by an infinite number of 8s, and is equal to 8/9.

The line in a fraction can be read as "divided by." 4 and 5/8 = 4 and (5 divided by 8) Since 5/8 = 0.625, 4 and 5/8 = 4.625

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5/8 equals 0.625. No it is not a repeating decimal.

8 over 127 is the same as 8 divided by 127: 8 Ã· 127 = 0.2962 . . . (repeating).

Divide 4 by 9. The answer is 0.44444 and the 4's will keep going forever. That's a repeating decimal. It doesn't have to be just one number. 17 divided by 27 is 0.629629629 and the 629's repeat forever. A terminating decimal stops. 3 divided by 8 = 0.375

5 divided by 8

Just divide 5 by 8.

10 this is not the correct! 5/8 you divided 5 by 8 and it will get you .625

0.625

0.8 repeating is already a decimal, though as a repeating decimal it is usually written as 0.888... or 0.8 with a bar over the 8 signifiying that the 8 is the part of the decimal that repeats. ========================== It's a decimal point followed by an infinite number of 8s, and is equal to 8/9.

5/8 = 0.625 (5 divided by 8 = 0.625).

The line in a fraction can be read as "divided by." 4 and 5/8 = 4 and (5 divided by 8) Since 5/8 = 0.625, 4 and 5/8 = 4.625

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Any number that is 1-8 divided by 9 (which is a proper fraction) is just that number as a decimal repeating. So 4 divided by 9 is 0.444444444444444444 that repeats forever.