Q: Can a irrational number repeat

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no

That would be an irrational number.

Any irrational number can be approximated by decimals. You can never write it exactly, since there are an infinite number of decimals, and these don't repeat.

a rational number repeats but terminates.ex:3.333333333. a irrational number doesn't terminate or repeat itself. ex:3.334334433444.

Mathamatical pi is an irrational number. It classifys as an irrational number because the numbers never repeat and pi is a never ending number.

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no

-Pi is irrational, because it does not terminate or repeat. Whenever you multiply an irrational number by a rational number (-1), the result is an irrational number.

That would be an irrational number.

No. If you write an irrational number as a decimal, it will have an infinite number of decimal digits that don't repeat periodically.

Rational. Because it repeats. (Rational numbers either repeat or stop. Irrational numbers don't stop or repeat, such as pi)

Any irrational number can be approximated by decimals. You can never write it exactly, since there are an infinite number of decimals, and these don't repeat.

a rational number repeats but terminates.ex:3.333333333. a irrational number doesn't terminate or repeat itself. ex:3.334334433444.

Mathamatical pi is an irrational number. It classifys as an irrational number because the numbers never repeat and pi is a never ending number.

No. An irrational number is one that does not repeat or finish, and a calculator cannot display millions of digits like an irrational number would have.

Decimals that terminate or repeat in some fashion are rational, while decimals that expand forever are irrational.

No because it can be expressed as a fraction and so therefore it is a rational number

No. Irrational numbers are those that cannot be represented as a fractions. Any number which repeats could be represented as a fraction.