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To find the fraction corresponding to a recurring decimal take the recurring part and divide by 10ⁿ-1 where n is the number of digits recurring. In this case n=1, so we have the fraction 7/9 and the mixed number becomes 7+7/9=70/9, this is the sum to infinity.

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