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Change the fraction 4/13 to a decimal. Round off to the nearest thousandth. A. 0.134 B. 0.413 C. 0.308 D. 0.325
4/13 = 0.308
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User: Change the fraction 4/13 to a decimal. Round off to the nearest thousandth. A. 0.134 B. 0.413 C. 0.308 D. 0.325

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4/13 = 0.308
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The apostrophe is used correctly in the following sentence: A. It's up to you to decide what to do.
It's is the contraction for it is.
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