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Q: What is the greatest 5-digit number with no digit repeat and also equals twelve?

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No.

It is not possible. The sum of 5 odd numbers must be odd and 50 is not odd.

In NORMAL arithmetic, x equals 0

4.6666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666............ . equals repeat 6

Can you please repeat the question? He was able to repeat the process a number of times. You are going to have to repeat the fourth grade.

0.3333

It is a rational number.

There are short strings of digits which will repeat, but there is no sequence which will repeat forever.

no

It does not repeat.

No.

when you divide a number by another number and your answer goes on and on

Yes.

repetition

No.

Never, unless the calendar is revised in such a way as to start below that number. It would still not repeat the year, just the number.

Pi is approximately equal to 3.14159265. It is an irrational number, so it cannot be represented as a fraction and its decimal places never end or repeat, so it does not have an exact value.

That would be an irrational number.

Every prime number terminates.

A number can end or repeat but it cannot end andrepeat (other than repeat 000... or 999... ).A number that can be written as a terminating or repeating decimal is a rational number.

The digits of pi neither repeat or end. They go on forever, but they do not repeat themselves. (Pi is a irrational number, it cannot be written as a fraction).

Yep. No values of X will ever repeat themselves.

No, it is not a rational number.

Not.

Type in the top number then press the devide button then type the bottom number, press equals then take note of the decimal given. repeat this for the fraction you wish to compare it to and which ever gives the highest decimal will be the larger fraction.