## 0.080 as a fraction

The biochemical effects of sugarcane bagasse (BSF) water soluble fiber fraction fermented in the colon were investigated to see whether it had any health-promoting properties. Three experimental diets containing cellulose (CON), a commercial xylo-oligosaccharide (XYO), and BSF were fed to Fischer 344 rats in a feeding experiment (BGS). The XYO group had significantly lower cumulative feed consumption despite having significantly higher cecal weight. In the cecal matter, the BGS and XYO had substantially higher acetic and propionic acid contents, respectively. BGS and XYO had significantly higher total short chain fatty acid content, resulting in significantly lower cecal pH. The XYO and BGS classes had substantially higher levels of beneficial bacteria like Bifidobacterium, Blautia, Akkermansia, and Roseburia. Furthermore, the BGS group had substantially higher mucin and immunoglobulin-A levels than the CON group. As a result of the fermentation in the colon, BSF demonstrated its ability to improve intestinal and systemic health.

## .080 to inches

You can enter simple rational numbers with a decimal point separating the entire portion from the decimal portion (ex. 12.25). Numbers with infinitely repeating digits may also be converted to fractions by enclosing the repeating digits in parenthesis or inserting ‘…’ at the end of the amount. Examples can be found in the table below:
Where a number does not have a repeated decimal part, the corresponding fraction’s numerator is obtained by removing the dot from the number, and the denominator is ‘1’ followed by the same number of 0’s as the decimal portion’s duration.
For eg, 12.4 equals 124 divided by 10, so the equivalent fraction is 124/10, which becomes 62/5 when simplified.
This is because the decimal point is omitted when the number is multiplied by a power of ten. To represent the original number as a fraction, the result is then divided by the same power of ten.
When a number contains infinitely repeating decimals, the fraction is calculated by adding the non-repeating and repeating portions of the number. The fraction for the repeating section is obtained by dividing the repeating figures by a number of 9’s equal to the length of the series, followed by a number of’0’s equal to the number of 0’s between the dot and the repeating digits.

### .080 inches in fraction

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### 0.85 as fraction

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Shang-Tzen Chang, Sheng-Yang Wang, Chi-Lin Wu, Yu-Chang Su, and Yueh-Hsiung Kuo “Antifungal Compounds in the Ethyl Acetate Soluble Fraction of the Extractives of Taiwania (Taiwania cryptomerioides Hayata) Heartwood,” Taiwania (Taiwania cryptomerioides Hayata) Heartwood, vol. 53, no. 5, 1999, pp. 487-490. 10.1515/HF.1999.080 https://doi.org/10.1515/HF.1999.080
S. Chang, S. Wang, C. Wu, Y. Su, and Y. Kuo (1999). , 53(5), 487-490. Antifungal Compounds in the Ethyl Acetate Soluble Fraction of Taiwania (Taiwania cryptomerioides Hayata) Heartwood Extractives. 10.1515/HF.1999.080 https://doi.org/10.1515/HF.1999.080
Antifungal Compounds in the Ethyl Acetate Soluble Fraction of the Extractives of Taiwania (Taiwania cryptomerioides Hayata) Heartwood., Vol. 53 (Issue 5), pp. 487-490. Chang, S., Wang, S., Wu, C., Su, Y., and Kuo, Y. 10.1515/HF.1999.080 https://doi.org/10.1515/HF.1999.080