Q: What decimal has a repeating pattern?

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repeating decimal

It is a repeating decimal.

they are called repeating decimals.

A non-terminating decimal is a decimal that does not terminate, and goes on forever, and a repeating decimal is a number that continues on forever with a repeated pattern

If you repeat the pattern, adding one more zero every time, then no. To qualify as a "repeating decimal", the same digits have to repeat over and over.

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repeating decimal

It is a repeating decimal.

.833 IS a repeating decimal. This is a rational number as well as it has a repetitive pattern.

It is a repeating decimal.

If it continues in the same pattern, repeating the same two digits ad infinitum, then yes, it is a repeating decimal. If it ends there, not really.

they are called repeating decimals.

A non-terminating decimal is a decimal that does not terminate, and goes on forever, and a repeating decimal is a number that continues on forever with a repeated pattern

yes, repeating decimals (those that have infinite - never ending - number of digits after the decimal point and these decimals show repeating pattern) are rational numbers, because they can be written as fractions.

Basically No, The number pi has a decimal fraction that goes on forever and never falls into a repeating pattern. That is characteristic of irrational numbers like pi.

If you repeat the pattern, adding one more zero every time, then no. To qualify as a "repeating decimal", the same digits have to repeat over and over.

No, 33 is an integer. 0.3333 repeating is a repeating decimal.

0.370 repeating is a decimal.