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I assume you mean "repeating decimal". Yes. For example, 1/6 = 0.166666... after that, the digit "6" repeats over and over again. In other cases, it is more than one digit that repeats, over and over. Note that at first there may be other digits, that don't repeat later on.

In general, any fraction (with integers on top and bottom), if converted into a decimal, will eventually start repeating. Conversely, any repeating decimal can be converted into a fraction.

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Q: Can a fraction be expressed as a repeating number?
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