No big deal, many people struggle with fractions. Decimals are a relatively new comer to the world of mathematical expressions and were not in wide spread use until the late 15th early 16th century. Prior to that all mathematics were in fractions. Unfortunately, from my perspective, to comprehend what the Ancient Cultures intended fractions would seem to be a necessity. Fractions had a 3700 year run before being replaced by decimals.
Even the famous Fibonacci series m=n+2mn2m=n+2: from the 13th century was originally written fractions: 1/2, 1/3, 2/5, 3/8, 5/13, 8/21, 13/34, 21/55, 34/89 etc.....which we now express as 1.618033989, an irrational number, aka know as phi.
Irrational numbers and decimal approximations did not exist in the Ancient world of mathematics. It is all good but by using decimals one tends to miss a great deal of pertinent information.
For fun, maybe you can identify this decimal equivalent of a fraction: 0.012345679012345679012345679012345679012345679012345679012...