
A somewhat fancierversion of seveal solving equation versions that should help solidify the process in your mind.


This has two examples so that you can learn to watch out for what looks like a solution but is not because it creates division by zero if you check the answer in the original equation. The other…


Negative powers of 10 means that they are very small fractions.


Demonstrating why we can "cross muliply" a proportion to solve it, we then do that.


Showing that any number to the left of another number on a number line is smaller


Quick look at how to work it both ways


Using long division to change a proper or improper fraction to its decimal value  repeating or terminating are the only possibilities.


Conversion using long division if you don't have a calculator handy.


Quick look at why and how we multiply decimals in this situation


How counting zeros tells you how far to move the decimal point


