A recurring decimal is a rational number, a non-recurring one may be rational (for example 0.2 = 1/5) or irrational.
Terminating. Non-terminating but recurring. Non-terminating and non-recurring.
Non-recurring means if you sign up for some kind of membership it means you will not be able to cancel it
If the prime factorisation of the fraction's denominator consists only of the primes 2 and/or 5 it will be a non-recurring decimal; otherwise it will.
the number that never ends and never repeats the same format is called non terminating non recurring decimals
If it is a terminating or recurring decimal then it is not irrational. If it is an infinite, non-recurring decimal, it is irrational.
7999.99... recurring.7999.99... recurring.7999.99... recurring.7999.99... recurring.
recurring numbers are numbers that repeat forever like 3.3333333333...etc non-recurring numbers either terminate like 22, or 7.5 OR they go on forever but totally randomly like pi- 3.1415...etc
Two: recurring and non-recurring. Note that recurrence may not start straight away. For example, 257/700 = 0.36714285... where the first to digits after the decimal point are not part of the recurring sequence.
To convert a fraction to a decimal, divide the denominator into the numerator. Whether it is recurring or not depends on the fraction.
No. If they are recurring, then they are rational.