This is happening to me right now. You just have to stay away from drugs because they always make depression worse in the end. Also, do some physical activity and stuff. Makes you feel good afterwards
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What do you call the decimals numbers that never end?
Decimal numbers that never end but that end up having a repeating pattern are called recurring decimals or repeating decimals. Examples would be 1/3 = 0.33333333... or 452/555 = 0.8144144144144144... (where 144 is the repeating pattern). Reaching that repeating pattern is known as becoming periodic. Only rational numbers will have a repeating pattern. (The repeating pattern may be 00000, as in 4/2 = 2.00000... .) If a decimal number continues forever without having a repeating pattern, then it is a irrational number. One example of...
Is there such a thing as a repeating decimal that has a non-repeating decimal after it?
No, because repeating decimals never stop repeating, so it would be impossible to have a different number that does not repeat. ...
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What is the number 0.151515 a rational or irrational?
Whether it terminates at precisely 0.151515 or continues to repeat that same pattern forever, it is a rational number. To represent an infinitely repeating pattern, draw a horizontal line over the repeating numbers (in this case, over everything after "0."). If that isn't possible (because you're using a computer, like you are now), place an ellipsis (three periods, "...") after the decimal repeats a few times ("0.151515..."). Numbers that continue infinitely but never show an infinitely-repeating pattern are irrational. ...