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To write 0.10915492957 as a fraction you have to write 0.10915492957 as numerator and put 1 as the denominator. Now you multiply numerator and denominator by 10 as long as you get in numerator the whole number.

0.10915492957 = 0.10915492957/1 = 1.0915492957/10 = 10.915492957/100 = 109.15492957/1000 = 1091.5492957/10000 = 10915.492957/100000 = 109154.92957/1000000 = 1091549.2957/10000000 = 10915492.957/100000000 = 109154929.57/1000000000 = 1091549295.7/10000000000 = 10915492957/100000000000

And finally we have:

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