remainder = (numerator % denominator) * 10
When converting a fraction to a decimal using the long division method, the remainder of each division is multiplied by 10. Doing so enables the calculation of the next digit. This approach ensures a precise and accurate representation of the fraction in its decimal form.
You can try this out by doing a long division of 8/666 by hand, where you’ll get a recurring pattern 0.012012…
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