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4 thoughts on “A better way to show conversion of decimal fractional number to binary”
Cool This was helpful
Your site was extremely interesting, especially since I was searching for thoughts on this subject last Thursday.
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it is good work keep it up please send me the flowchart that changes base 2 to bas
Nice job! If you need to convert decimals to fractions fast, like I do, i suggest you try an online converter. I like http://decimal2fraction.com because it does the job fast and it saves me a lot of time. Hope you like it!:)