randRangeWeighted( 0, 3, 0, 0.5 ) randRange( 1, 8 ) randRange( 10, 99 ) N1 + N2 / 9 0 1 pow( 10, D2 ) pow( 10, D1 ) floorTo( 4,( MULT1 * N4 ) ) floorTo( 4,( MULT2 * N4 ) ) round( RES1 - RES2 )

Rewrite as a simplified fraction.

\large{N1.\overline{N2} = {?}}

N4

N1 + N3 / 99 2

Rewrite as a simplified fraction.

\large{N1.\overline{N3} = {?}}

N4

randRange( 1, 8 ) N1 + N2 / 10 + N3 / 90 1 2

Rewrite as a simplified fraction.

\large{N1.N2\overline{N3} = {?}}

N4

randRange( 1, 9 ) N1 + N2 / 10 + N3 / 990 1 3

Rewrite as a simplified fraction.

\large{N1.N2\overline{N3} = {?}}

N4

randRange( 1, 8 ) N1 + N3 / 100 + N2 / 900 2 3

Rewrite as a simplified fraction.

\large{N1.N3\overline{N2} = {?}}

N4

Let x equal the decimal. Set up two equations such that the digits after the decimal point are identical.

\large{\begin{align*}MULT1x &= RES1...\\ MULT2x &= RES2...\end{align*}}

Subtracting the two equations, we have:

\large{(MULT1 - MULT2)x = DIFF}

\large{x = fraction( DIFF, MULT1 - MULT2 )}\quad \text{or} \quad\large{mixedFractionFromImproper( DIFF, MULT1 - MULT2 )}

\large{x = fraction( toFraction( N4 )[ 0 ], toFraction( N4 )[ 1 ])}\quad \text{or} \quad\large{mixedFractionFromImproper( toFraction( N4 )[ 0 ], toFraction( N4 )[ 1 ] )}