Q: Is 3.14 a repeating number

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314 + 809 = 1123

The number 314 would be represented in Roman numerals as CCCXIV.

If you mean 314159 then it is a prime number

Three hundred fourteen.

When expressed as a decimal, a rational number will either be terminating (end with a finite number of digits) or repeating (have a repeating pattern of digits).

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2 314/999

314 + 809 = 1123

It will be the square root of 314, which is about 17.7100451467

314

The number 314 would be represented in Roman numerals as CCCXIV.

They are 2 and 157.

Factors of 121: 1, 11, 121. Factors of 314: 1, 2, 157, 314. Their only common factor is 1.

If you mean 314159 then it is a prime number

It is worth 10.

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310-314-1940

Three hundred fourteen.