11:14 The question was how to round .428 to the nearest hundredths place and the video answer is .42 when it should be .43
In this lesson, Julie Harland teaches how to write fractions as decimals, rounding to the nearest tenth or hundredth when necessary. She uses division to show how to convert fractions such as 3/4 and 3/8 to decimals, and introduces notation for repeating decimals, which can be written using a pattern or by placing a bar over the repeating digit. The lesson also includes practice problems to help students master the concept.
How do you round numbers to the hundredths place when you are dividing?
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There are seven examples on how to change a fraction into a decimal. Both examples of terminating and repearing decimals are shown. The video also shows how to round the answers to the hundredths place.