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Convert fraction to decimal (or mixed decimals and round to nearest hundredth) 5/7
5/7 written as a decimal is 0.71
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User: Convert fraction to decimal (or mixed decimal and round to nearest hundredth) 13 6/7

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13 6/7 = 13.86 rounded to the nearest hundredth.
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