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### Real life situation for changing repeating decimals into fractions?

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there are None!

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terminating decimals repeating decimals

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terminating decimals non terminating decimals repeating decimals non repeating decimals

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

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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.

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Yes repeating decimals are real numbers. They can fall under the category of rational numbers under real numbers since their repeating decimal patterns allows them to be converted into a fraction. Nonreal numbers are imaginary numbers which are expressed with… Full Answer

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All repeating decimals are rational numbers. Not all rational numbers are repeating decimals.

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Terminating and repeating decimals are rational numbers.

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The set of rational numbers (ℚ).

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

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When you are shopping or rounding decimals to the nearest price!

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Any terminating decimal is rational. So are repeating (periodic) decimals.

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Non terminating repeating decimals would be such as 0.3333333 where the 3 could continue on forever.

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

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Convert the repeating decimals into fractions, and then add those. If you need it as a decimal, then you can just convert the product back into a decimal!:)

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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.

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yes, repeating decimals (those that have infinite - never ending - number of digits after the decimal point and these decimals show repeating pattern) are rational numbers, because they can be written as fractions.

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Repeating decimals are always rational.

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Not particularly.

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No.

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Money.

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There are are three types of decimals: terminating, repeating and non-terminating/non-repeating. The first two are rational, the third is not.

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You use integers in golf, temperature (not body temp. because those sometimes use decimals), football yardage, weight, globes, and maps.

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Some non-terminating decimals are repeating decimals.

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You answered yourself in the question.

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Repeating decimals are ALWAYS rational numbers.

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Repeating Decimal can be expressed exactly using what

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Yes, that's what "repeating" refers to.

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A repeating decimal is just a decimal that repeats. An example would be 6.575757... Repeating decimals are infinite.

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No, no repeating decimal is irrational. All repeating decimals can be converted to fractions. They are, however, non-terminating.

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Yes.

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You cannot. They are two different types of decimals.

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They are called terminating decimals.

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No. Anything that has a finite number of decimals (or repeating decimals) is a rational number.

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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… Full Answer

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Any time we compare decimals, except in out dreams/nightmares! We cannot leave the real world purely for the purpose of comparing decimals and return to the real word when we have done that!

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A repeating decimal is a decimal that, well, repeats itself! Like .33333333333333....... The threes never end, they just keep going. Non-reapeting are decimals like .5 or .3 or .57. They end! :)

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If a non-zero rational number, in its simplest form, has a denominator with any factor other than 2 or 5, the ratio cannot be represented by a terminating decimal. So, repeating decimals are used to represent the vast majority of… Full Answer

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Repeating decimals consist of a fixed string of digits which repeat infinitely in the decimal representation of a number. These may start anywhere after a finite number of digits.

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If a fraction is a rational number then if the denominator goes into the numerator or into the numerator multiplied by a power of 10, then you will have a terminating decimal. Otherwise it will be a repeating decimal.

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There are times when working with fractions is more convenient than working with decimals.

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Yes. All numbers are rational numbers except repeating decimals like 1.3(repeating). * * * * * Repeating decimals are also rationals. However, the quotient is not defined if the second number is the integer zero!

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Because repeating decimals can be written as simple fractions. 0.22222 repeating = 2/9 The formal definition of a rational number is a number that can be in the form p/q where p and q are integers and q is not… Full Answer

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Yes.