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# A decimal in which one or more digits repeat infinitely?

Updated: 4/28/2022

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### Is 0.121122111222 a repeating decimal?

I'm just guessing that it is. That question is on my math homework and the definition in the back of my math book says: A decimal in which one or more digits repeat infinitely and I put yes. Because they repeat.

### Is 0.121122111222.... a repeating decimal?

I'm just guessing that it is. That question is on my math homework and the definition in the back of my math book says: A decimal in which one or more digits repeat infinitely and I put yes. Because they repeat.

### Is 0.121122111222... a repeating decimal?

I'm just guessing that it is. That question is on my math homework and the definition in the back of my math book says: A decimal in which one or more digits repeat infinitely and I put yes. Because they repeat.

### What is a decimal in which one or more digits repeat?

It is a repeating decimal.

### What is a decimal in which one or more digits repeat infintely?

It is a repeating decimal.

### Can a rational number be repeating decimal?

Yes, a rational number can be a repeating decimal. A repeating decimal is a decimal in which one or more digits repeat infinitely. For example, 1/3 is a rational number that can be written as the repeating decimal 0.333...

### What decimal in which one or more numbers repeat infinitely?

It is the decimal representation of some rational numbers.

### What do you call a decimal whose digits repeat in one or more?

a repeating or recurring decimal

### A decimal in which one or more digits repeat indefinitely?

The name for a decimal of this kind is "recurring".

Recurring

### What do you call a decimal that has one or more digits that repeat forever and ever?

a repeating or recurring decimal

### Is 0.01011011101111011111 rational or irrational?

All numbers with a finite number of decimal digits are rational. Some that infinitely many decimal digits are rational as well. If you mean to repeat the pattern, adding one more "1" every time, then no, it is not rational - rational numbers repeat the SAME sequence of digits over and over (for example, 0.1515151515...), at least eventually (they may start with some digits that are not part of the repeating part, such as 3.87112112112...).