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Minimalist composers use repeating rhythms and harmonies that change gradually.

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This is a key minimalist technique that involves the gradual change of a melodic or rhythmic idea, by the addition or subtraction of a note to/from a repeating pattern or ostinato. Alternatively, a note might be replaced by a rest, or a rest by a note. It is often employed by key minimalist composers such as Phillip Glass.

0.4 repeating = 44.44... repeating %.

0.21000... with the 0s repeating or 0.20999... with the 9s repeating.

No, 33 is an integer. 0.3333 repeating is a repeating decimal.

Repeating

For a single repeating digit, it is a dot over the digit.For string of repeating digits, it can be a dot over the first and last repeating digits, or a bar over the repeating string.

444.44... repeating %

0.72 repeating written as a decimal is 0.72 repeating

you use the decimal that is repeating and out that number twice. examples: .6 repeating= 66 percent 0.9 repeating= 99%

They can. And if you include repeating 0s and repeating 9s, then all rational numbers can be written with infinitely long repeating digits.

The bar is only used for repeating decimals. If it is repeating, you can use it.

No. 125 is not repeating decimal.

It is 22.22... repeating %

0.7777 repeating is a decimal.

4.23 repeating is a decimal.

0.45 repeating is a decimal!

3.66 repeating is a decimal.

1.21 repeating ... is a decimal.

3.25 repeating ... is a decimal.

It is 129.999... (repeating).

Dave

Either, the decimal with a line over what's repeating (eg. 0.6 with a line over it), or decimal repeating (eg. "point six repeating").

No, because repeating decimals never stop repeating, so it would be impossible to have a different number that does not repeat.

0.14 repeating as a fraction = 14/99

Well 99.99999(repeating) = 100The rigorous proof for this involves expressing 99.9999...9 as a geometric series and then calculating the number to which is converges, which is exactly 100. Interesting huh? Or you can think about it like this: Since there is no number you can chose that is between 99.9999(repeating) and 100, which is impossible for two different numbers, they must be equal.This also applies here: 9.9999(repeating) = 10So 99.99(repeating) + 9.99(repeating) = 110.However 9 repeating = Infinity.Therefor your answer is simply infinity, as infinity is not a number so you can not get Infinity + 110.99.9 repeating plus 9.9 repeating plus 9 repeating = infinity