## Exam-Style Questions on Recurring Decimals## Problems on Recurring Decimals adapted from questions set in previous exams. |

## 1. | GCSE Higher |

(a) Use algebra to show that the recurring decimal \(0.\dot2 \dot4\) can be written as \( \frac{8}{33}\).

(b) Find the fraction, in its lowest terms, equal to the recurring decimal \(0.5 \dot2 \dot4\).

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