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No, the sum of a repeating decimal and a terminating decimal is never a terminating decimal.

a repeating decimal

It is terminating - after two decimal digits.

No, it terminates after two digits.

No. It terminates after 6 decimal digits.

.. has a string of digits which repeats for ever.

Repeating

It is placed over one length of repeating decimal digits.

A repeating decimal is a rational number. Its value is(the repeating set of digits)/(as many 9s as there are digits above).

It is a repeating decimal.

Yes, it can.

A decimal with a continuously repeating digits or group of digits

It is a repeating decimal that starts: 0.363636... (repeating the digits '36' forever).

It is a repeating decimal.

For a single repeating digit, it is a dot over the digit.For string of repeating digits, it can be a dot over the first and last repeating digits, or a bar over the repeating string.

A repeating decimal is a number expressed in decimal form in which, after a finite number of miscellaneous digits, the number continues with a string of a finite number of digits which repeats itself without end.

No... you can write it to any number of decimal places.

You do a long division, adding decimal digits until you get a remainder of zero (terminating decimal) or a repeating pattern of decimal digits.

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.

The line over the digits that repeat in a repeating decimal.

No, it is not. It is not the same set of digits that repeat.

A recurring decimal.

a repeating or recurring decimal

It is terminating - after three decimal digits.

The answer depends on the repeating string and also on other digits after the decimal point before the repeating string starts.