No. A rational number is a number that either terminates or repeats. An irrational number neither terminates nor repeats. Therefore, it cannot be both.
Any number that either terminates or repeats the same pattern over and over is rational - and vice versa: any rational number either terminates, or repeats.
An irrational number.
If it repeats forever and never terminates, then it represents the ratio of 3 to 11.
If the denominator is 2 or 5 it terminates. Otherwise it repeats.
A rational number always repeats or terminates which can be thought of as repeating zeroes.
The circumference of any circle divided by the diameter is pi. Pi is approximately 3.14159....It is an irrational number, never terminates or repeats.
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Such as pi? That would be an irrational number.
Any decimal that terminates or repeats is a rational number; as 0.113113113.... repeats the digits "113" it is a rational number. 0.113113113... = 113/999 (in fraction form).
Any number that terminates and repeats. 0.44444 is a rational number, fractions are rational and whole numbers are too.
Some decimals are rational, and some aren't. A decimal is rational when it terminates or repeats.
No because any number that can be expressed as a fraction is a rational number and in this case the fraction is 1/3When trying to represent an irrational number as a decimal there are two conditions:the part of after the decimal never terminates (which is met by the described number)the decimal part never repeats (which is NOT met by the described number)
If it repeats, there should be a little line over the last digit(s) that repeat. If it terminates, then the numbers will not repeat.
A rational number terminates or repeats because in both cases they can be represented as a fraction (in a/b form.) When a number keeps going with no period (no part of the number repeats) it cannot be written in a/b form.
Yes, the square root of 7 is an irrational number. Written in decimal form, it never terminates or repeats. âˆš7 is approximately 2.645751311064591
If the decimal terminates or repeats, it is rational. If it keeps on going forever, it is irrational.
Yes. If you mean 5.7777 as a terminating decimal it is 57777/10000 If you mean 5.7777... as a recurring decimal where the 7 repeats forever it is 57/9 If a decimal number terminates or repeats one or more digits forever it is a rational number. Otherwise if a decimal number goes on forever but does not repeat any digits (eg √2 = 1.41421356...) then it is an irrational number.
No. An irrational number is a number that neither terminates nor repeats. Since 1 terminates, it is called a rationalnumber.No. An irrational number is a number that is not rational. Rational numbers are those who can be defined as the division of two integer numbers. As 1 is 1/1, it is a rational number, so, it's not irrational.
The number has a decimal representation that terminates (after 9 digits). If it terminates, the number is rational.
Yes - it meets the conditions for a an irrational number:It is a Real numberWhen written as a decimal it never terminatesWhen written as a decimal it never repeatsThe exact definition of an irrational number is bit more precise, but this should be good enough for most purposes.
Not necessarily. If the decimal terminates, or if it repeats periodically, then it is rational.