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## What is the non-repeating decimals?

A non-terminating, non-repeating decimal is a decimal number that continues endlessly, with no group of digits repeating endlessly. Decimals of this type cannot be represented as fractions, and as a result are irrational numbers. e is a non-terminating, non-repeating decimal.

## How do you know if a decimal is repeating or non-repeating?

Just divide the numerator by the denominator . If you end up with a remainder of 0 , then you have a terminating decimal. Otherwise, the remainders will begin to repeat after some point, and you have a repeating decimal.

**Is a repeating number a decimal?**

A repeating decimal is a decimal number that contains a digit or group of digits that repeat endlessly. Another name for repeating decimal is “recurring” decimal. The number of digits that repeat is called the period of the repeating decimal.

**Is a non-repeating decimal a rational number?**

Non-Terminating and non-repeating decimals are said to be an Irrational number. Non- Terminating and repeating decimals are Rational numbers and can be represented in the form of p/q, where q is not equal to 0.

### Are infinite non-repeating decimals rational?

Since no rational number can be non-repeating, a non-repeating decimal must be irrational.

### Is a none repeating decimal an integer?

The decimal has an INFINITE(…) number of digits and NO REPEATING DIGIT PATTERN Thus, it is an IRRATIONAL number.

**What symbol represents a repeating decimal?**

Today, however, the common usage of a vinculum to indicate the repetend of a repeating decimal is a significant exception and reflects the original usage. Vinculum is Latin for “bond”, “fetter”, “chain”, or “tie”, which is suggestive of some of the uses of the symbol.

**Is every rational number a repeating decimal?**

Any rational number (that is, a fraction in lowest terms) can be written as either a terminating decimal or a repeating decimal . Just divide the numerator by the denominator . If you end up with a remainder of 0 , then you have a terminating decimal. Otherwise, the remainders will begin to repeat after some point, and you have a repeating decimal.

## What does it mean if decimal repeats?

A repeating decimal, also called a recurring decimal, is a number whose decimal representation eventually becomes periodic (i.e., the same sequence of digits repeats indefinitely). The minimum number of digits that repeats in such a number is known as the decimal period.