# Using long division, write the rational number -9/24 as a terminating decimal?

and hence

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To write the rational number (-\frac{9}{24}) as a terminating decimal, you can use long division as follows:

```
-0.375
_________________
24 | -9.00000000000
-8.00
_______________
1000
-960
_______________
400
-384
_______________
160
-144
_______________
160
-144
_______________
16
```

Thus, (-\frac{9}{24} = -0.375) when expressed as a terminating decimal.

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