Q: Can an irrational number be nonrepeating and nonterminating?

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an irrational number

They are irrational.

If a number consists of a series of non repeating and non terminating digits then it is irrational.A particularly well known example is that of pi (which is an irrational number representing the proportion between the diameter of a circle and its circumference).

Yes

It is an infinite non-repeating decimal which represents an irrational number.

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an irrational number

They are irrational.

Irrational numbers.

Yes.

A nonterminating number does not end. An example is the fraction 1/3. When written as a decimal, it is a nonterminating number. Also pi is a nonterminating number. Some nonterminating numbers are repeating, some are nonrepeating. But they just don't end.

The only real number that is non-terminating and non-repeating is Pi (pie)

If a number consists of a series of non repeating and non terminating digits then it is irrational.A particularly well known example is that of pi (which is an irrational number representing the proportion between the diameter of a circle and its circumference).

Yes

It is an infinite non-repeating decimal which represents an irrational number.

No, they are not. Recurring decimals are rational.

Pi is an irrational number, with an infinite number of nonrepeating digits. So pi is only approximately equal to 3.1415926535897932384626433832795028841971693933751058209749445.

a terminating decimal is one that has an end like 1/2 is 0.5 nonterminating does not end like 1/3 is 0.33333333333333333333333333333333333333333... where there are an infinite number of 3s on the end. 1/4 is 0.25 so it is also terminating pi is a nonterminating number it is 3.14159265359... it also doesn't have a set pattern to go by so its not only a nonterminating decimal, but it is an irrational number. Hope that helps