Basic Math: Lesson 6 - #5 - Other Fractional Expressions
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Improper Fraction -> Mixed Number
Mixed Number -> Improper Fraction
Common Fraction -> Decimal Form
Terminating Decimal -> Fraction
Repeating Decimal -> Fraction (calculator only-- by hand is covered in Algebra)
Decimal -> Percentage
Common Fraction -> Per
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