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Jamin2112

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## Homework Statement

I'm supposed to prove that an improper fraction with a finite binary expansion also can be written as a decimal.

## Homework Equations

Obviously my fraction a/b, where a>b, will look like p

_{1}/2

^{1}+ p

_{2}/2

^{2}+ ... + p

_{n}/2

^{n}

## The Attempt at a Solution

And I have no idea where to go with this.