Decimals and Everyday Use: Decimals, commonly used for prices and measurements, consist of a whole number and a fractional part separated by a decimal point.

Converting Decimals to Fractions: To convert a decimal to a fraction, count decimal places for the denominator (e.g., 0.4 becomes 4/10, 0.75 becomes to 75/100), then simplify if possible.

Decimals Greater Than One: For decimals over 1, split off the whole number, convert the decimal part to a fraction, then combine for a simplified mixed number.

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