Rational -1.(3 repeating) Any repeating decimals are rational. However, a number such as pi (3.141592654...) does not repeat or end.
No, -.5 repeating is not an integer because an integer is a whole number without decimals or fractions
Not necessarily. Remember that the definition of an irrational number is a number that can't be expressed as a simple fraction. 2/3, for example, is rational by that definition even though its decimal form is a repeating decimal. Since irrational numbers cannot be written as fractions, they don't have fraction forms. So basically, numbers with repeating decimals are considered rational. Irrational numbers don't have repeating decimals.
In their rational form, the denominators have factors other than 2 and 5.
If the decimal ever ends, or if it never ends but eventuallysettles into a repeating pattern of digits, then it can.
If you convert repeating decimals into a fraction, you see that the repeating decimals are rational.
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Non-repeating decimals is not a word but a phrase. Non-repeating decimals are irrational numbers.
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Repeating decimals is periodische Dezimalzahlen in German.
Terminating and repeating decimals are.
Terminating and repeating decimals are rational numbers.
No, Albert Einstein did not invent repeating decimals.
Not all decimal representations are repeating decimals.
Not quite sure what you want; the calculator only shows a limited number of decimals in any case. Some calculators have options to round the result to a certain number of decimal places. If that's what you want, check your calculator's manual for details.