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definately. Along with all the eighths, as well. But it's not too bad. You'll see them all over the place, anyway. Plus, there are some good patterns. .1666666 = 1/6. But recognize that .16666666 is half of .3333333 (remember, 15x2=30, and both are just a little more, and both repeat. So (1/3)/2 is 1/6. Same with .83333333 - it's halfway between .666666 and 1.0
There are only 4 eighths to learn, because all the even ones are fourths. You only have 1/6 and 5/6, cause you know all the rest. The ninths are always exactly repeating numerators (for example 1/9=.1111111, 2/9=.222222, etc)
So take it as a memory game, and put some of these into your head. It'll really help down the road sometime.
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