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Q: What does a plus with a line under it mean?

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Plus + minus - Times * or X Divide one line and 2 dots over and under the line (almost like a fraction)

The line is usually taken to mean that the decimals under the line repeat. And yes, such a number is rational, since it can be converted into a fraction (with whole numerator and denominator).

The same as any other fraction. One half is written as "1", a line under the "1" and then a "2" under the line. Seven sixteenths is a "7", a line under the "7" and then "16" under the line. So, nine hundred and sixty three thousandths is "963" with a line under it and "1000" under the line.

The lowest number under the line!! Btw i luv wiki leaks rather then wikipedia

The less-than sign alone means "less than"; if there is a line below, it means "less than or equal".

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Plus + minus - Times * or X Divide one line and 2 dots over and under the line (almost like a fraction)

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