Math and Arithmetic

A repeating decimal is a real number?

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Yes repeating decimals are real numbers.

They can fall under the category of rational numbers under real numbers since their repeating decimal patterns allows them to be converted into a fraction.

Nonreal numbers are imaginary numbers which are expressed with i, or sqrt(-1).

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A terminating decimal is a rational number. A non-terminating, repeating decimal is a rational number. A non-terminating, non-repeating decimal is an irrational number.

The only real number that is non-terminating and non-repeating is Pi (pie)

Decimal numbers that end or recur are known as terminating or repeating decimals. 0.75 is a terminating decimal. 0.4444 repeating is a repeating decimal.

Yes. Any terminating decimal is a rational number. Any repeating decimal also.

It is an infinite non-repeating decimal which represents an irrational number.

No. A rational number is any terminating numeral. A repeating decimal is irrational.

A decimal number is like a mixed fraction: it has an integer part and a fractional part. If the fractional part is a repeating fraction then the whole number is represented by a repeating decimal.

.833 IS a repeating decimal. This is a rational number as well as it has a repetitive pattern.

No. 2 is a prime but 1/2 is not a repeating decimal.

It is either a terminating decimal or a repeating decimal.

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Any rational number is either a repeating decimal, or a terminating decimal.

A repeating decimal is a number expressed in decimal form in which, after a finite number of miscellaneous digits, the number continues with a string of a finite number of digits which repeats itself without end.

All real numbers have a decimal representation. Rational numbers have decimal representations that terminate or repeat infinitely. Irrational numbers have decimal representations that are non-terminating and non-repeating.

No, because repeating decimals never stop repeating, so it would be impossible to have a different number that does not repeat.

A repeating decimal is sometimes called a recurring decimal. The main idea is that at some point it must become periodic. That is to say, a certain part of the decimal must repeat, even though not all of it repeats. The parts that repeats is called the repetend. One very important idea is the a real number has a repeating decimal representation if and only if it is rational.

A non-terminating decimal is a decimal that does not terminate, and goes on forever, and a repeating decimal is a number that continues on forever with a repeated pattern

A repeating decimal is any rational number whose decimal representation does not terminate after a given number of digits. As only a very small quantity of the rational numbers terminate in their decimal representation, practically any rational number picked at random will be a repeating decimal.

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