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It means that there is a repeating pattern to the numbers on the right side of the decimal point.

examples:

5.111111111111 (about 5 and one-ninth)

7.333333333333 (about 7 and one-third)

There can be a pattern also:

4.567456745674...

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It is not clear what you mean by a repeating whole number!

If you mean: 0.181818.....18 repeating then as a fraction it is 2/11

If you mean both 53 repeating then as a fraction it is 53/99

the repeating term of a decimal

If it is the same digit then technically the answer is yes. However, many people write 1.33 when they really mean 1.33 ... - the repeating decimal.

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Yes if you mean 0.666...repeating it is bigger than 0.6 non-repeating * * * * * But not if you mean is 0.666... repeating is bigger than 0.67

repeating

yes rational means repeating. same thing.

If you mean: 0.151515.....repeating then as a fraction it is 5/33

It is not clear what you mean by a repeating whole number!

If you mean: 0.181818.....18 repeating then as a fraction it is 2/11

Assuming you mean 0.81818181...repeating; the answer is 9/11.

If you mean both 53 repeating then as a fraction it is 53/99

43.5 repeating

.333333 (repeating)

its called repeating :/

If you mean with both digits repeating then as a fraction it is 2/11 in its simplest form