Q: Is pi a terminating or a repeating decimal?

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0.667 is a terminating decimal.

0.3125 is a terminating decimal.

Any terminating decimal is rational. So are repeating (periodic) decimals.Any terminating decimal is rational. So are repeating (periodic) decimals.Any terminating decimal is rational. So are repeating (periodic) decimals.Any terminating decimal is rational. So are repeating (periodic) decimals.

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Previous Answer: Non terminating decimal - 1.66666666666666666..... Terminating decimal - 1.75 The first number is non-terminating but is NOT non-repeating. An example of a non-terminating non-repeating number would be Pi. It goes on forever and never repeats itself. 3.1415926535897932384626433832795...

A terminating decimal is a decimal that ends like 3.5 or 7.819. A non terminating or Repeating decimal is a decimal that does not end. Instead is goes on forever like 1/3 which is .3 repeating. Pi is another exaple of a non terminating decimal.

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

Either terminating (as in 0.25) or non-terminating as in the expression for pi.

It is terminating - after two decimal digits.

0.875 is a terminating decimal and as a fraction it is 7/8

A terminating decimal is a decimal that ends. A repeating decimal is a decimal that goes on and on.

It is a terminating decimal.

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Terminating.

A terminating decimal is a rational number. A non-terminating, repeating decimal is a rational number. A non-terminating, non-repeating decimal is an irrational number.