﻿ Suppose the repeated pattern in 0. forever. is this number rational? a)yes, because the number can be written as the quotient integers.
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# Suppose the repeated pattern in 0. forever. is this number rational? a)yes, because the number can be written as the quotient integers. b)yes, because the number is terminating decimal. c)no, because the number is not terminating decimal. d)no, because the number is repeating decimal.

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