A repeating or recurring decimal is a way of representing rational numbers in
base 10 arithmetic. The decimal representation of a number is said to be
A repeating decimal, also called a recurring decimal, is a number whose decimal
representation eventually becomes periodic (i.e., the same sequence of digits ...
A decimal number that has digits that repeat forever. Examples: 1/3 = 0.333... (the
3 repeats forever) 1/7 = 0.142857142857... ( the "142857" repeats forever)
Learn how to convert the repeating decimals 0.77777... and 1.22222... to
Note: A repeating decimal is a decimal that has a digit, or a block of digits, that
repeat over and over and over again without ever ending. Did you know that all ...
Practice writing fractions as repeating decimals. Get ready to bust out those long
Some decimals don't stop! They go on and on forever in reruns -- just like The
Brady Bunch! Here are some examples:
A repeating decimal is not considered to be a rational number it is a rational
number. We have different ways of representing numbers, for example the
Repeating Decimal, Equivalent Fraction. 0.3333... 1/3. 0.6666... 2/3. 0.1666... 1/6.
0.8333... 5/6. 0.1111... 1/9. 0.2222... 2/9. 0.4444... 4/9. 0.5555... 5/9. 0.7777.
In Part A of this lesson, we saw how to convert a terminating decimal number to a
fraction. If a decimal is repeating (in other words, after a while, some pattern of ...