# Representing recurring decimals

In this lesson we convert fractions into recurring decimals and percentages, and look at how we can use the links between them to solve problems quickly

# Video

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# Worksheet

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# Lesson summary: Representing recurring decimals

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The next lesson in FDP review (9.1a) is "Reviewing addition and subtraction"