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## How to count .6875 as a fraction?

Near 3 minutes to complete
Required Items: 11⁄16
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Knowing your decimal is key. Remember, .6875 has four digits after the point.

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### Write as a Fraction

Knowing your decimal is key. Remember, .6875 has four digits after the point.

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### Simplify the Fraction

Next, write .6875 at 6875/10000. Same thing, just a new look.

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### Simplify Further

To ease things, find the Greatest Common Divisor (GCD). The GCD of 6875 and, 10000 is 125. This simplifies, 6875/10000 to 55/80.

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55/80 can be simplified. Divide both numbers by 5. This gets us to 11/16.

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## Intro

The path from decimals to fractions can be bumpy. But don't worry! We have a roadmap. Our target? .6875.

## Knowing the Decimal

Before we start, it's good to know our number. The decimal .6875 has four digits after the decimal point. That's a hint!

### Place Value

The key to moving from decimals to fractions is knowing place value. Here, .6875 means 6875 ten-thousandths. Remember this.

### Write Fraction

The next step? Write .6875 at 6875/10000. It's not scary – it's just another way of saying the same thing. ### Simplify this Fraction

To make our fraction easier, we look for the Greatest Common Divisor (GCD). The GCD of 6875, and 10000 is 125. That lets us simplify 6875/10000 to 55/80.

### Simplify

55/80 can be made even simpler. Both numbers can be divided by 5. This gets us to 11/16. You're nearly there.

### Result

And there you have it. .6875 in fraction form is 11/16. Now you can show off your new math skills.

### Conclusion

There's more to .6875 than meets the eye. Now you can convert it into a fraction and even explain how you did it. That's pretty cool, right? Keep up the good work.
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