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Q: When four fifthteenth sis written as a decimal what is the smallest sequence of repeating digits?

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0.370 repeating is a decimal.

0.45 repeating is a decimal!

1.21 repeating ... is a decimal.

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7,333.3333 (Repeating decimal sequence) pounds, if you're using net/short tons. 8,213.3333 (Repeating decimal sequence) pounds, if you're using long tons. 8,083.5333 (Repeating decimal sequence) pounds, if you're using metric tons.

0.142857... (with the 6-digit sequence repeating forever).

4111 is an integer and so there is no sensible way to convert it into a repeating decimal.

It is 0.01315789473684210526 followed by the underlined sequence repeating.

Multiplying by ten to the power k moves the decimal point k places to the right. If the repeating sequence comprises n digits and you multiply by 10n then the decimal point is moved n places to the right and the positions of the repeating sequence relative to the decimal point is not changed. This allows you to subtract the one repeating decimal expression from the other and get a terminating decimal which can then be used as the numerator of the ratio.

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No. 125 is not repeating decimal.

0.45 repeating is a decimal!

3.66 repeating is a decimal.

0.370 repeating is a decimal.

1.21 repeating ... is a decimal.

3.25 repeating ... is a decimal.

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