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how do you express a repeating decimal on this website?

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 Jul 9, 2020
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What I do is just put dots at the end of the number. For example, if my the decimal 0.4 was repeating, I would write it as 0.444.... I have also never found out how to put the line on top of the number.

 Jul 9, 2020
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yeah, same, also, i have defended you from that guest who kept cursing oyu, because i feel you man, you didn't do anything wrong!

 Jul 9, 2020
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Thx!

MathWizPro  Jul 9, 2020
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In Latex on this site you could also do 0. \overline{repeating numbers in the decimal}

 

There was a guest who kept cussing at me too, I think it's probably the same one.

 Jul 9, 2020
edited by gwenspooner85  Jul 9, 2020
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thanks!

 Jul 9, 2020
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well we could just put 3 dot's like this ... to represent a repeating decimal

 Jul 15, 2020
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thanks to you, too jimkey!

 Jul 15, 2020
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Your welcome

jimkey17  Jul 16, 2020

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