Welcome to my Lesson
By Jayda Henry
Lets begin with the lesson
Terminating and repeating Decimals
Terminating decimals whats that?
Terminating Decimals are decimals that has a expansion that ends in zero. For example, 3/4= 4 divided by 3 that would be 0.75000...... so you would remove the trailing zeros and keep it as 0.75
Repeating Decimals? Huh?
A repating decimal has a decimal expansion that repeats the same non-zero digit, or block, without end. A repeating decimal looks like 0.181818..... so you have to do this 0.18 and put a line ove top the 18.
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