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No, because 0.9 repeating is 1, which is an integer, not a "normal" fraction.

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To find the fractional form for a completely repeating fraction, the numerator will be the repeating number and the denominator will be a number of nines equal to the amount of digits in the repeating number. Reduce if possible. Example: .121121121... = 121/999 .1212121212... = 12/99 = 4/33 .66666666... = 6/9 = 2/3 Hope that helped!

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What is 1.4 with a repeating sign over the 4 as a fraction?

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Does all the numbers have to repeat in order to be a rational number?

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