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Q: What infinity is the number of digits after an decimal point of a irrational number?

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Infinity miles. Pi is irrational so its decimal representation has an infinite number of non-repeating digits.

No. If you write an irrational number as a decimal, it will have an infinite number of decimal digits that don't repeat periodically.

It is the decimal approximation to the value of the irrational number.

A decimal expansion means to write out the base 10 digits of a number. Because irrational numbers do not have a closed form, the decimal expansion will always be an approximation. Consider the irrational number pi, which has the following decimal expansion: 3.14159265... Of course there are more digits to pi than that, which is denoted by the "...". It is sadly impossible to list ALL of the digits of an irrational numbers, since if there were a finite number of digits, you could express it as a fraction, which would not be irrational.

No. And in general, if a number has a finite number of decimal digits, it is rational.If it has an infinite number of digits, it may be rational or irrational.

If it has a finite number of decimal digits, it's rational.

no. an irrational number is that with an infinite non repetitive amount of decimal digits.

The number has a decimal representation that terminates (after 9 digits). If it terminates, the number is rational.

A number with a finite number of decimal digits is always rational. (If the number of decimal digits is infinite, the number is rational only if there is a repeating pattern.)

Rational. It is a decimal number that terminates after 15 digits.

That 's not possible since irrational numbers have infinity digits. All whole numbers are rational.

No. Any number which has a finite number of decimal digits is RATIONAL.

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