# How do you write 0.83 repeating as a fraction?

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**1 Answer**

- We first let
**0.83**(3 being repeated) be x . - Since x is
**recurring**in 1 decimal places, we multiply it by 10. - Lastly, we divide both sides by 9 to get x as a
**fraction**.

Keeping this in view, how do you write 0.83 as a fraction?

getcalc.com's decimal to **fraction** calculator to find what's an equivalent **fraction** for the decimal point number **0.83** or 83%.

How to **Write 0.83** or 83% as a **Fraction**?

Decimal | Fraction | Percentage |
---|---|---|

0.83 | ^{83}/_{100} | 83% |

0.82 | ^{82}/_{100} | 82% |

0.85567 | ^{83}/_{97} | 85.567% |

0.84694 | ^{83}/_{98} | 84.694% |

**083**, means. Since there are 3 digits in

**083**, the very last digit is the "1000th" decimal place. So we can just say that .

**083**is the same as

**083**/1000.

Simply so, what is 0.83 repeating as a simplified fraction?

Answer: The decimal is converted to 5/6 as **fraction** .

To **write 0.83333** as a **fraction** you have to **write 0.83333** as numerator and put 1 as the denominator. Now you multiply numerator and denominator by 10 as long as you get in numerator the whole number.