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# 0.35 as a fraction

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## How to count 0.35 as a fraction?

Near 3 minutes to complete
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7⁄20
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### Spot the Decimal Place

Look at 0.35. The '35' is in the hundredths spot. That's vital to know.

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### Write as a Fraction

Turn 0.35 into 35/100. Both parts are of the same whole.

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### Find the Greatest Common Divisor

For 35 and 100, the GCD is 5. You need this to simplify the fraction.

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### Simplify the Fraction

Divide 35 and 100 by the GCD. The result is 7/20. This is your fraction in the simplest form.

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### Double-check Your Work

Turn 7/20 back to a decimal. If you get 0.35, then it's correct!

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## Getting Started

Decimals and fractions seem entirely unique. But they're not. This guide helps you see that. So, let's start with 0.35.

## Identifying Decimal Places

First, spot the decimal places. Here, '35' is in the hundredths place. This knowledge is key.

### Writing as a Fraction

Now, write 0.35 as 35/100. That's your fraction. Keep in mind that 35 and 100 are still part of the same whole.

### Simplifying the Fraction

Next, let's simplify 35/100. We do this by finding the Greatest Common Divisor (GCD). It's 5 in this case. Then, divide both 35 and 100 by 5. The result is 7/20.

### Verifying Your Result

Always double-check your work. Turn 7/20 back into a decimal. You should get 0.35. If you do, you've done it right!

### Practicing With More Examples

To get good at this, practice is key. Try more decimals. Notice the patterns. The more you practice, the better you get.

## Conclusion

There you have it! You've just learned how to convert 0.35 to a fraction. It's not as hard as it seems, right? With some practice, you'll be a pro in no time.
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