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If there's a repeating sequence then it's a rational number.

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Terminating and repeating decimals are rational numbers.


Non-terminating, non-repeating decimals.


No. Numbers with terminating or repeating decimals are rational.


No because non-repeating decimals may be terminating.But suppose you consider terminating decimals as consisting of repeating 0s. That is, 1/8 = 0.125 = 0.12500....Then all non-repeating decimals are irrational.


They are if they go on forever without terminating or repeating.


No. Irrational numbers are non-terminating decimals.


If they are non-terminating and there is a repeating pattern, then they are rational. If they are non-terminating and there is no repeating pattern, as in pi, they are irrational.


Non-repeating, non-terminating decimals.


Rational numbers - can be expressed as a fraction, and can be terminating and repeating decimals. Irrational numbers - can't be turned into fractions, and are non-repeating and non-terminating. (like pi)


Decimal representations of irrational numbers are non-terminating and non-repeating.


No.0.33333... repeating = 1/30.428571... repeating = 3/70.11111... repeating = 1/90.090909... repeating = 1/11Those decimals are all non-terminating, but the numbers are all rational.


Irrational numbers are non-repeating, non-terminating decimals. If your number repeats, it's rational. If it doesn't, it's irrational.


Yes, except that all irrational numbers will be non-terminating, non-repeating decimals.


As written, it isn't. Irrational numbers are non-repeating, non-terminating decimals. If your number terminates, it's rational. If it doesn't, it's irrational.


Irrational numbers are precisely those real numbers that cannot be represented as terminating or repeating decimals. Log 216 = 2.334453751 terminates and is therefore not irrational.


Not only non-terminating, but also non-repeating. 0.333... recurring is non-terminating but it is rational. In fact, most rational numbers are non-terminating decimals.


Repeating decimals are rational numbers if there is a pattern, like 0.22222222. If it is not a pattern, like 0.568964329, it is an irrational number.


Pi, the square root of 7, e, 1/3, and ______ irrational numbers, square roots, repeating decimals


There are essentially three forms:Terminating decimals: 386 or 23.567,Recurring decimals: 36.572343434... (with 34 repeating),Non-terminating infinite decimals: these represent irrational numbers for which the digits after the decimal point go on for ever without falling into a repeating pattern.


Irrational numbers are numbers that cannot be expressed as a ratio of two integers or as a repeating or terminating decimal.


Non-repeating decimals is not a word but a phrase. Non-repeating decimals are irrational numbers.


Yes. Rational numbers are numbers or decimals that repeat or terminate. Irrational numbers do not. For example π is an irrational number.


There are two kinds of decimals that are rational: terminating and repeating. Terminating decimals are simply decimals that end. For example, the numbers after the decimal point for 3.14, 5.5, and 424.827598273957 don't continue on forever; i.e. they terminate. Repeating decimals differ from terminating decimals in that the numbers after the decimal point continue on forever. For example, the numbers 3.333333333..., 10.010101010101..., and .0356811111111111..., where the "...'s" mean that the numbers continue on indefinitely, are all repeating decimals. The reason why both of these types of decimals are considered rational is because both types can also be expressed as a fraction of two integers. Non-repeating decimals, such as pi and the square root of two, can't be expressed as a fraction of two integers, and so therefore are irrational.


A number is said to be irrational if the number is non -repeating and non-terminating.


terminating decimals and non-terminating repeating decimals are considered rational numbers.pi is an example of an irrational number. this is the ratio of the circumference of a circle over the diameterthe value of pi is 3.1416....it is non terminating and non-repeating, therefore it is considered as an irrational nimbermakalagot jud kaayo kay dugay makuha ang answer. hahay. tawn pud. way klaro ani nga website oy. way gamit >:)