You're on the right track. Just get two numbers that have exactly the same repeating digits.
Having no guidance but my textbook, which explains basic concepts, but leaves to more in depth stuff to the teacher (of which I have none), I turn yet again to the forums to help me with the following problem.
converted to a fraction.
Now, knowing how to convert a decimal if there are TWO repeating numbers directly after the decimal point, but not having any explanation of what to do if there is one non-repeating number followed by a repeating number, I figured I'd follow the same line
of reasoning.
etc, but I feel like this is the wrong path to be going down. I know it works for 2 repeating numbers after the decimal point, but what do I do when there's one number after the point followed by a repeating number?