Converting Recurring Decimals to Fractions: Start by setting the recurring decimal as ‘x’, then use multiplication to align the repeating parts, making subtraction possible to eliminate them.

One-Digit Recurring Example: Let x = 0.333…; multiply by 10 to get 10x = 3.333…. Subtract the equations to find 9x = 3. So x = 1/3.

Two-Digit Recurring Example: For 0.45 recurring, set x = 0.4545… and multiply by 100 to get 100x = 45.4545… Subtract the equations to find 99x = 45. So x = 5/11.