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# How can you relate decimals with rationals?

Updated: 9/20/2023 Wiki User

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-- Any decimal that ends is a rational number.

-- Any decimal that never ends may or may not be a rational number.

-- The decimal representation of an irrational number never ends. Wiki User

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### Is 39.81 repeating rational?

Yes it is. Repeating decimals are all repeating rationals.

### How do you relate decimals and percents?

multiply the decimal by 100

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Yes, it is a repeating decimal. Terminating and repeating decimals are rationals. Rational numbers can also be expressed as a fraction. 0.313131 is a repeating decimal.

### What are subsets of rational numbers?

There are an infinite number of subsets: All rationals other than 1 All rationals other than 2, etc All rationals other than 1.1 All rationals other than 2.1, etc, etc. All integers

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### Why do we use Z and Q to represent integers?

We use Q for Rationals... which is repreentative of Quocentia (Quotient), since rationals are RATIOs or fractions.

### What is a set of rational numbers that begin at 0?

It could be the set denoted by Q- (the non-positive rationals) or Q+ (the non-negative rationals).

### What is irrational and radicals?

what are irrational and radicals and rationals

### Similarity between real and rational numbers?

All rationals are real, so everything that is true of the reals is also true of the rationals, and vice versa.

### What is that numbers of rational?

The number of rationals is Aleph-null.

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