When the dividend is a decimal, and the divisor is a whole number, long division is easy: just divide as if there was no decimal point, and then put a decimal point in the answer in the same place as it is in the dividend. I also show an example where we add decimal zeros to the dividend, in order to get an even division. Lastly I show how the fraction 3/7 is converted into a decimal using long division.
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