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Q: How does 1 over 3 to 100th power have a repeating or terminating decimal representation?

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It has a terminating decimal.

8 from mathex

Counting the ' 3 ' before the decimal point, the 100th digit is ' 7 '.Beginning from the decimal point, the 100th digit is ' 9 '.

the 100th digit if Pi is 7.

3.1415926535897932384626433832795028841971693993751058209749445923078164062862089986280348253421170679

It is the digit second to the right of the decimal point.

9

Since 637 is an integer, it is 0.

3

0.01 ( 0.01 is just an example)

39/100=0.39 The one's place goes into the 100th place in the decimal.

2.666666666... or 2.67 rounded to the nearest 100th

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