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.
I think it's a repeating decimal.
If it has a finite number of decimal digits, it's rational.
It is a decimal representation where, after a finite number of digits, all subsequent digits are 0 [or of them all 9].
It means that the number of decimal digits is finite - that it eventually comes to an end.
A decimal is a rational number if:* It terminates - i.e., it has a finite number of decimal digits. * It doesn't terminate, but it repeats the same pattern over and over - possibly after a finite number of digits that are not included in the pattern. For example, 0.145145145145..., or 3.125252525...
A number with a finite number of decimal digits is always rational. (If the number of decimal digits is infinite, the number is rational only if there is a repeating pattern.)
ANY number with a finite amount of decimal digits is rational.
Any number with a finite number of decimal digits is RATIONAL.
It is a requirement to find a decimal representation which has only a finite number of digits after the decimal point.
No. Any number which has a finite number of decimal digits is RATIONAL.