When you have a decimal that repeats, and you’re trying to find its fraction as a whole number, the best way to do this is by dividing the repeating digits by the non-repeating digits. For example: what is 0.16 repeating as a fraction? This writing will give you all the tips and tricks on how to do just that. Let’s get started!

## FIND THE REPEATING DECIMAL’S FRACTION

The first step in finding a repeating decimal fraction is finding the repeating digit. You can use the calculator or the division method to do this. The calculator method involves finding the repeating decimals’ digits in the calculator. The division method involves finding the repeating digits by dividing the non-repeating digits by the non-repeating digits.

## WHAT IS 0.16 REPEATING AS A FRACTION? EXAMPLE

In this example, we’re looking for the decimal of 0.16. If you use the calculator method, put in 0.16 and then find the repeating digits by hitting the “*log*” button on your calculator.

You’ll see that the repeating digits are six and “*e.*” If you use the division method, put in 0.16 and divide the non-repeating digits by the non-repeating digits. You’ll see that the repeating digits are six and “e.” This is because 6/16 is 0.375, and “e” is 0.375.