Q: What do you call a decimal that never ends?

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It is a decimal representation of a rational number.

A decimal without a remainder is a whole number or integer.

It is a terminating decimal.

terminating decimal good luck with what you doing :)

It is a terminating decimal.

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-- Any decimal that ends is a rational number. -- Any decimal that never ends may or may not be a rational number. -- The decimal representation of an irrational number never ends.

What do you call a number that never ends

There is no place where there is a call!

the decimjal number for Pi.

Irrational number

It is a decimal representation of a rational number.

A decimal without a remainder is a whole number or integer.

No. The decimal part of pi never ends, and there are no repeating groups of digits in it.

It is a non-terminating decimal number.

.888888888888888 it goes on forever and never ends.

Divide 1 by 9. You get 0.1111111... and it never ends. This is a case of a rational number that can't be represented by a terminating decimal.

331/3% = 0.33333..... (As a decimal, the string of 3's goes on forever and never ends.)