Learners can follow clear examples to guide them through the process of converting recurring decimals to fractions using an algebraic method when completing this worksheet. Decimals with up to three recurring parts are considered. Pupils will look at how the method differs depending on how many recurring digits each number has, as well as considering numbers greater than 1.
The worksheet concludes with a problem-solving section. Here, learners will use the newly discovered method to order fractions and recurring decimals and complete fraction and decimal operations, such as multiplying a mixed number by a recurring decimal and dividing a mixed number by a recurring decimal.