Q: What is it called when you shorten a repeated decimal?

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1.135135135 is a decimal.

77.7 repeating is a decimal.

A repeating decimal is usually shown with a bar over the decimal that is repeated

put a dot above the repeated number which is after the decimal

89 is an integer, not a fraction. The repeated decimal equivalents are 89.000....(repeating) or 88.999... (repeating).

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1.135135135 is a decimal.

No it is not.

77.7 repeating is a decimal.

The answer is repeating

A repeating decimal is usually shown with a bar over the decimal that is repeated

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put a dot above the repeated number which is after the decimal

A pure recurring decimal is a type of repeating decimal. In a pure recurring decimal, all the digits of the decimal are repeated infinitely.

89 is an integer, not a fraction. The repeated decimal equivalents are 89.000....(repeating) or 88.999... (repeating).

If the threes go on indefinitely, then it is a repeating decimal, represented by a line over the repeated number, also .333...(going on forever) is equivalent to 1/3

210.000... (the zeroes after the decimal point may be repeated as long as desired)

One third in decimal form is .3333 repeated