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64/7=9.142857142857143

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That is very confusing, I am only in 4th grade (5 in September), and I need a more simple answer, would it be 9.14, or 9.1? I need a more simple answer!

The Southern Ontario GEDSB (Grand Erie District School Board) Gr. 4 curriculum doesn’t really include that many numbers after the decimal point.

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