What is a recurring decimal?
That means that the decimals repeat indefinitely, as in:
The repetition may start after some initial digits that are not part of the pattern, as in:
A recurring decimal is a number which is written in decimal notation and in which, after a finite number of digits, a string of digits repeats for ever more. The repeating string need not start straight after the decimal point. For example, 5/26 = 0.1923076923076... with the string 923076 (but not the 1 at its start) repeating for ever.
\n. \n Recurrence of the shingles \n. \nYes, it can. The shingles is caused by the same virus -- herpes zoster -- that causes the chicken pox. As human beings' life expectancy increases, we are discovering that some diseases caused by viruses and once believed to be one-time events are recu…rring. Some people who have had mild cases of chicken pox as children are getting a second outbreak of them as older adults. Others get the shingles. The severity and the duration of the symptoms can vary greatly from person to person and from episode to episode.\n. \nRecently, an article appearing in the NY Times reported that a vaccine has been created to prevent the shingles. It is specifically indicated for middle-aged and older adults. There is some controversy over whether people who have already had an outbreak of shingles would benefit from the vaccine. The data seem to indicate that for people who have already had the disease, the vaccine will not reduce the chances of recurrence but will reduce the severity of the symptoms should the disease recur.\n. \n Stress as causal agent \n. \nStress is a factor for another outbreak of the shingles. People with allergies are also at higher risk. ( Full Answer )
Something is recurring if it happens on a regular or even irregular basis. A recurring nightmare is one that you've had in the past on more than one occasion.
A recurring decimal is shown by a dot over a recurring singledigit, or a dot over the first and a dot over the last of asequence of recurring digits. eg 1/3 = 0.333... would be written as 0.3 with a dot over the 3; eg 1/6 = 0.1666... would be written as 0.16 with a dot over the 6; eg 2/11 = 0.18181…8... would be written as 0.18 with a dot over the1 and another dot over the 8; eg 5/37 = 0.135135135... would be written as 0.135 with a dot overthe 1 and another dot over the 5; eg 1/7 = 0.142857142857142857... would be written as 0.142857 witha dot over the 1 and an other dot over the 7. ( Full Answer )
1 divided by 7 better yet look at this: 1/7=0. 142857 1428571428571428571428571 2/7=0.2857 142857 142857142857142857142 3/7=0.42857 142857 14285714285714285714 4/7=0.57 142857 14285714285714285714285 5/7=0.7 142857 142857142857142857142857 6/7=0.857 142857 1428571428571428571428 The… question is: is there any other irrational number that the result of (1 to n-1)/n results in a series of n-1 repeating numbers in the exact same order for every possible fraction? ( Full Answer )
Way 1 Let, x be 0.7777......... Now, 10x=7.777777....... => 10x=7+0.777...... => 10x=7+x => 9x=7 =>x=7/9 Way 2 x = 0.7777... 10x = 7.7777... -1x = -.7777... 9x = 7.0 = 7 9x = 7 Ã· 9 Ã·9 7 - = 0.7777... 9 Either, way, the answer is 0.7777... is equal to… 7/9. ( Full Answer )
2/9 = 0.2222222222 = 2 x 10^-1 + 2 x 10^-2 + 2 x 10^-3 + 2 x 10^-4 + 2 x 10^-5 + 2 x 10^-6 + 2 x 10^-7 + 2 x 10^-8 + 2 x 10^-9 + 2 x 10^-10
recurring means. the number goes on and on and on... e.g. 0.3 (recurring) = 0.33333333... A recurring account could refer to an account which you pay regularly - an account which recurs - such as a telephone account.
Here are two ways, but based on how exact and precise you want your answers to be changes which one you would use: . 1) Simply round the decimal up and then convert into a fraction . or........ . 2) If the decimal has a digit to the left side of the period, use this as the whole number and …then, make a small fraction beside this with the recurring digits on top and then a multiple of these digits as the denominator creating a mixed number! . I hope this was help to you! :D ( Full Answer )
If a dot is placed above each of the digits in the decimal 0.0123456789 to indicate a recurring decimal can you express this as a fraction detailing all your working?
Let n = 0.0123456789 recurring. 10 10 n = 123456789.0123456789 recurring. 10 10 n - n = 123456789. 9999999999n = 123456789. n = 123456789/9999999999 = 0.0123456789 recurring. Therefore the recurring decimal 0.0123456789 expressed as a fraction is 123456789/9999999999. Check it out on your calcu…lator. ( Full Answer )
the number that never ends and never repeats the same format iscalled non terminating non recurring decimals
Reduce the fraction to its simplest form - that is, remove any common factors between the numerator and denominator. . If the denominator now is a factor of some power of 10, that is, if the denominator is of the form 2 a *5 b then the fraction will me a terminating decimal. If not, it will not.
Jane was cursed with recurring migraines and she wanted to know how she could stop them from coming back. The doctor told her she would need special medicine.
It is a terminating decimal and as a fraction it is 47/50 in its lowest terms.
There is a trick to doing this. Let's take an easy example first and work though it. Then a slightly harder one. It is easier to show how it is done that to explain how to do it. So look at .1 repeating. let x=.1 repeating, I will write .111...since answers.com does not have a way to place the bar… over the 1. The ... means it goes on forever. now 10x=1.111... If I subtract x I can get rid of the .111... part and be left with just 1 so 9x=1 and x=1/9 We can use the same technique with something like .75.75... Let x=.7575757575... Now if we multiply by 100 this time instead of 10 we take care of the two numbers that repeat. So 100x=75.75757575... 99x=75 and x=75/99 This idea can be extended to any other recurring decimal. ( Full Answer )
0.2222........ as a fraction is 2 / 9 . As a fraction with 10, 10 2 , 10 3 .....and so on (positive integer powers of 10) as the denominator then the given fraction becomes increasingly accurate but still remains an approximation.
Suppose f = 0.33... recurring then 10*f = 3.33... recurring Subtracting the first equation from the second, 9*f = 3 so f = 3/9 = 1/3.
The question has already put the number in a recurring decimal form. It can be presented as 0.5216 with a line over the numbers 2,1 and 6 to indicate that those three numbers in that same sequence are repeated forever. This line is known as a vinculum. Earlier mathematics used dots above the number(…s) to indicate those numbers that were recurring and this method is still seen and used. ( Full Answer )
Converting fractions to any kind of decimal is done in exactly the same way: divide the numerator by the denominator. The reverse of converting a recurring decimal to a fraction is done: Look at the digits that recur in the decimal. Count how many there are and then put the recurring digits as… the numerator of a fraction with that number of 9s as the denominator. eg to convert 0.33333.... to a fraction, see that the recurring decimal is the digit 3, thus the fraction would be 3/9 = 1/3. eg to convert 0.09090909... to a fraction, see that the recurring decimal is 09 (or 9) and there are 2 digits (the leading 0 is important in counting the number of digits), thus the fraction is 09/99 or 9/99 = 1/11. eg: to convert: 0.142857142857.... to a fraction, see that the digits 142857 recur and there are 6 of them, thus it is 142857/999999 which reduces down (simplifies) to 1/7. ( Full Answer )
Assuming that 213 repeats itself over again, the fraction would be 213/999, which is 71/333 in simplest form. . 0.213 = 213 â 1000 .
-- Take one whole set of the digits that repeat in the decimal. Write them as the numerator of the fraction. -- For the denominator of the fraction, write a group of 9s ... thesame number of them as there are digits in the numerator. -- Simplify the fraction, if possible and if you feel like it.
Yes, anorexia can recur. It usually ends up being a life-long struggle because the person learned how to deal with their problems by exerting control over their own bodies and it is a vicious cycle that is hard to break.
whenever you have a recurring decimal the recurring part is divided by a multiple of 9, in this case 26/99. but there is a 1 before the recurring part so it would become 26/990, and next to add in the 0.1, just add 99 to 26. the final answer would be 125/990.
Multiplying decimals by 100 will convert them to percentages. If you wish to remove the recurring decimal, convert it to a fraction by putting the recurring digit(s) as the numerator over a denominator of the same number of 9s and reducing the fraction to its lowest terms. Examples . 0.3333…33333... To a percentage: 0.333333333... x 100 = 33.3333333...% 0.3333333... as a fraction: repeating digit is 3 so put as the numerator over a denominator of one 9 to give the fraction 3/9 = 1/3 So 0.333333333... = 33 1 / 3 % . 0.1428571428... To a percentage: 0.1428571428... x 100 = 14.28571428...% 0.28571428... as a fraction: repeating digits are 285714 of which there are six, so put as numerator over a denominator of six 9s to give the fraction 285714/999999 = 2/7 So 0.1428571428... = 14 2 / 7 %. ( Full Answer )
Assume the decimal starts recurring immediately after the decimal point. (If the recurring string starts after k digits, then you want to find the (2001-k)th digit instead.) Find the length of the recurring string = L Find the remainder when 2001 is divided by L = R The 2001st digit is the Rth digi…t in the recurring string. ( Full Answer )
Call this number "x", equal to 0.166166166... 1000x = 166.166166166... x = 0.166166166... Subtract the second equation from the first, you get: 999x = 166 Solving for x: x = 166/999. Note: I multiplied by 1000, because three digits are repeating (and 1000 has 3 digits).
There are many factors which may influence and cause recurrence of this type medical conditions. First of all, people who already experienced cellulitis most probably belong to group who are more likely than others to get cellulitis infection - please look for more details in cellulitis risk factors…. These people who already experienced this infection sometimes don't take medications till end of prescribed dosage, or after recovery don't learn about prevention measures are more likely to get cellulitis again. Other risk groups are : people with leg swelling problems, vein problems, eczema, athlete's foot, surgical wounds... I assume that you or someone close to you experienced cellulitis at least once. In that case my advice is to learn about prevention measures and take prescribed pills till last one. There are some herbs that are very effective in treatment of soft cases and particularly in prevention(goldenseal,garlic,echinacea,...). . ( Full Answer )
To re-express or confirm the theme (thought of philosophy) that the writer wishes to convey. This desire to re-express may be because the writer wishes to impress it upon the reader to the point of the dumbest one finally comprehending it - or just for the joy of doing so.
Recurring billing is billing that happens more than one time - on a cycle, usually on a monthly or yearly basis. Utility bills are an example of recurring bills. With online recurring billing, customers' credit cards are charged each month (or week, day year etc. depending on the billing cycle) to p…ay for a service - usually SaaS (software as a service). There are a wide variety of internet programs that enable companies to automatically bill their customers on a billing cycle. Some of these companies are Chargify, CheddarGetter, Recurly and Spreedly. ( Full Answer )
Other way around. To get the decimal equivalent of any fraction, divide the numerator by the denominator. Sometimes the decimal is recurring and sometimes it's not.
A hybrid is a mix of things to form one. Usually the goal of a hybrid is to gain some advantage that neither of the two originals could achieve alone. Non- recurring regards to monetary charges, ( you are billed once). More or less, it is something that happens a single instance
There are some business transactions which occur regularly at fixed intervals. Examples are rent payment ; p ayment of term loan installment and payment of vehicle loan installment. In order to post this type of transactions we can use this recurring document functionality. To use the recurring docu…ments two conditions are to be satisfied.. 1. The day of posting should be same in every interval 2. Theamount of the transaction should be same in every interval. For every recurring document we should specify the fist rundate. Last run date and interval for posting. The original recurring documents do not update any transactional figures. The transactional figures are updated when the accounting documents are posted using the recurring documents by running the recurring cycle ( Full Answer )
The correct spelling of the common verb is recur (to occur again). *The spelling recure is an obsolete term for either arrive, regain, or restore.
If the prime factorisation of the fraction's denominator consists only of the primes 2 and/or 5 it will be a non-recurring decimal; otherwise it will.
It is a basic problem of economics: There are limited economic resources (land, raw material, labour, capital and intellect.) to meet with unlimited and recurring wants. We have to make choice between available aternate resources to meet with these recurring wants.
It means that of the a digit or a group of digits, the figure to be repeated an infinite number of times at the end of a decimal fraction. For example, try dividing 100 by 3. The answer is 33.333333333333. The number 3 after the decimal point can not bring the equation to a final conclusion and repe…ats 'for ever' ( Full Answer )
Any fraction which, in its simplest form, has a denominator which has any factor other than 1, 2 or 5.
No. The decimal part of pi never ends, and there are no repeating groups of digits in it.
Two thirds of 100. If you divide 100 by 3 you get 33.333333 continued to an infinite amount of places. x2 gives 66.666666 to an infinite amount of places. Recurring means it just keeps going
If x = 0.5555555555 rec then 10x = 5.55555555 rec Therefore through subtraction 9x = 5 As a result 0.555555 rec = 5/9 therefore root of 0.5555 rec = root 5/ root 9 Which is root5/3
0.33... with the 3s recurring forever is the decimal equivalent of 1 / 3 .
Rabies does not recur, because the first occurence is almostinvariably fatal (the number of known survivors of rabies inall of history is in the single digits, and that's despite thebest possible medical care). It's a very, very serious disease.
Why do you use the digit nine ninety nine or nine hundred and ninety nine to convert a recurring decimal into a fraction And how do you get it?
You want to get rid of the recurring decimal by subtracting it fromitself. x = 0.555555 10x - 5.555555 Subtract the first from the second. 9x = 5 x = 5/9
It is normally a dot over the decimal digit or over the first digit and last digit if there are more than one recurring digits.
Some decimals stop, some keep on going. The ones that repeat areknown as recurring decimals.
you put a dot above the bit that is recurring sorry i can not show it on here
There are infinitely many recurring decimals between 1.253 and 1.254, eg: 1.253111... 1.253222.... 1.253121212... 1.253121313... 1.25321111... 1.253555... 1.253253253...
Decimal numbers that end or recur are known as terminating orrepeating decimals. 0.75 is a terminating decimal. 0.4444 repeating is a repeating decimal.
To convert a fraction to a decimal, divide the denominator into thenumerator. Whether it is recurring or not depends on the fraction.
Notice the pattern. 0.7 repeating = 7/9 0.57 repeating - 57/99 0.357 repeating = 357/999
There would simply not be enough space to print all recurringdecimals on a label. Plus recurring decimals and infinite inlength, meaning this is not really possible.