There are five kinds of recurring decimals
This is the simplest recurring decimal, where there is only one number after the decimal and it is recurring. To convert, see one recurring digit after the decimal
A slightly more complex recurring decimal, where there are two or more numbers after the decimal and all of them are recurring. To convert, see N recurring digits after the decimal
Any number of non-recurring numbers after the decimal, along with any number of recurring decimals. To convert, see N non-recurring and N recurring digits after the decimal
If any number apart from 0 is the whole number, separate the expression into whole + 0.decimal.
Then solve using the 0 as a whole number method and convert the resulting mixed fraction to improper form.