Differentiating Terminating from Repeating or Nonterminating Decimal Quotients
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_____ Decimals have a finite number of digits or numbers, which come to an end after a decimal point.29
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_____ Decimals have a finite number of digits or numbers, which come to an end after a decimal point.
_____ decimals have infinite number of digits. It is a decimal number that continues endlessly.
It is the horizontal line placed on top of the digits to indicate repeating or non-terminating digits in a decimal. Everything below this line is repeated endlessly.
9 ÷ 40 = _____
9 ÷ 11 = _____
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