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Is this statement true or false?

 

In a terminating decimal, the values continue after the decimal and never end.


A. true

B. false

 Sep 6, 2019

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the answer is false

A terminating decimal is a decimal that comes to an end (terminates). For example 3.25 A non-terminating decimal will keep going forever. There are two types of non-terminating decimals called irrational numbers and repeating decimals. A repeating decimal might look like this 3.333333….

 Sep 6, 2019
 #1
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Best Answer

the answer is false

A terminating decimal is a decimal that comes to an end (terminates). For example 3.25 A non-terminating decimal will keep going forever. There are two types of non-terminating decimals called irrational numbers and repeating decimals. A repeating decimal might look like this 3.333333….

DarkCalculis Sep 6, 2019

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