No, no repeating decimal is irrational. All repeating decimals can be converted to fractions. They are, however, non-terminating.
All numbers can be changed from fractions to decimals.
Convert the repeating decimals into fractions, and then add those. If you need it as a decimal, then you can just convert the product back into a decimal!:)
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.
there are None!
all rational fractions are repeating. When you divide, eventually the remainder will repeat and then will the sequence
They are both representations of rational numbers.
No because integers are whole numbers without decimals or fractions.
Fractions don't repeat, decimals do. 4/9 = 4 divided by 9 = 0.4444 repeating
The easiest way it to convert them all to decimals. Carry out the repeating decimals to an equal number of places. Then it is easy to put them in order.
They are called rational numbers
try reading the math book
If you convert repeating decimals into a fraction, you see that the repeating decimals are rational.
8/12 = 0.666 (repeating decimal)
Because they can be converted, quite easily, into equivalent rational fractions.
To convert a fraction to a decimal, divide the top number by the bottom number.
No because integers are whole numbers without decimals or fractions
The pattern is divide the repeating number by the amount of nines equivalent tot he amount of digits in the repeating pattern. For example: 0.44444... = 4/9 and .123123123123... = 123/999.
0.333..., 0.333... and 0.333...
Yes providing you change the fractions into decimals or change the decimals into fractions
You can always convert a fraction to a decimal. For some fractions, you'll get terminating decimals. For example, 1/8 = 0.125. For other fractions, you get repeating decimals, such as 1/7 = 0.142857 142857 142857...To convert the fraction to a decimal, just divide the numerator by the denominator, for example on a calculator.
It is because 6 is one of the rational numbers, which are anything ranging from negative numbers, positive numbers, ratios, fractions and decimals, and repeating decimals.
All rational fractions - one integer divided by a non-zero integer - give rise to repeating or terminating decimals. If, for the fraction in its simplest form, the denominator can be expressed as a product of powers of only 2 and 5 then the decimal will terminate. If the denominator has any prime factor other than 2 or 5 the decimal will be recurring. All non-rational fractions will have infinite, non-recurring decimal representations.
If the denominator of the fraction has any prime factor other than 2 or 5, then it has a decimal representation with a repeating sequence of digits. If the denominator is a product of any number of 2s or 5s then it can be represented as a terminating decimal.
If you leave it in fractions, it would be 5/6. In decimals, it would be .83333 repeating.