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Q: What is the term for never ending zeros after a decimal?

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The set of real numbers.

The midline ellipsis is also often used in mathematics to mean "and so forth," e.g., 1 + 2 + 3 + ... + n + ... + 100 means the sum of all natural numbers from 1 to 100. However, it is not a formally defined mathematical symbol. These dots should never be used unless the pattern to be followed is clear. http://www.answers.com/elipses

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3.05 = 305/100 = 61/20

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This term is never-ending!

The best term is probably "fallacy".

Technically, there is no GREATEST number because you could keep making them up and no one would ever be able to say you were wrong. No one even knows how many zeros are in infinaty because the term itself means never ending.

a never-ending effort to acquire more and more weapons

a never-ending effort to acquire more and more weapons

a never-ending effort to acquire more and more weapons

a never-ending effort to acquire more and more weapons

The term unlimited literally means, something without a limit, something never-ending, similar to the term infinity.

The term unlimited literally means, something without a limit, something never-ending, similar to the term infinity.

A quintillion.

A ton is often a slang term for a hundred (eg in cricket) and so a ton has 2 zeros.

Never heard of that term but... 2.1 is the whole number 2 plus a decimal, .1

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