Repeating Decimal: Fraction, Linear Equation, Irrational Number, Long Division, Decimal, Vinculum, Primitive Root Modulo N, Irreducible Fraction

Repeating Decimal: Fraction, Linear Equation, Irrational Number, Long Division, Decimal, Vinculum, Primitive Root Modulo N, Irreducible Fraction
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92
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6130347677
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! A decimal representation of a real number is called a repeating decimal (or recurring decimal) if at some point it becomes periodic: there is some finite sequence of digits that is repeated indefinitely. For example, the decimal representation of 1?3 = 0.3333333... (spoken as "0.3 repeating", or "0.3 recurring") becomes periodic just after the decimal point, repeating the single-digit sequence "3" infinitely. A somewhat more complicated example is 3227?555 = 5.8144144144..., where the decimal representation becomes periodic at the second digit after the decimal point, repeating the sequence of digits "144" infinitely.

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