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## Why is it a terminating decimal?

A terminating decimal is usually defined as a decimal number that contains a finite number of digits after the decimal point. A terminating decimal like 13.2 can be represented as the repeating decimal 13.20000000000000…, but when the repeating digit is zero, the number is usually labelled as terminating.

**Why is 0.8 a terminating decimal?**

Since there is only one decimal, 0.8 is a terminating decimal. If it were a repeating decimal, it would be 0.8888… or 0.

**Is 56 a terminating decimal?**

No, 56/72 is not a terminating decimal. Terminating decimal is a type of decimal representation whose value comes to a stop after the decimal point. For example 1/20 equals to 0.05 which is a terminating decimal example as the value comes to an end after 2 places of decimal.

### Is 0.454 a terminating decimal?

Decimals such as 0.1 and 0.25 are terminating decimals. Decimals such as 0.333 333 333…; 0.454 545 454…; 0.8111 111 111 are repeating decimals. Some digits in each repeating decimal repeat forever.

**Does a terminating decimal end in zero?**

Any rational number (that is, a fraction in lowest terms) can be written as either a terminating decimal or a repeating decimal . If you end up with a remainder of 0 , then you have a terminating decimal. Otherwise, the remainders will begin to repeat after some point, and you have a repeating decimal.

**What is a terminating number?**

A terminating decimal, true to its name, is a decimal that has an end. For example, 1 / 4 can be expressed as a terminating decimal: It is 0.25. In contrast, 1 / 3 cannot be expressed as a terminating decimal, because it is a recurring decimal, one that goes on forever.

## What is 12 30 as a decimal?

12/30 as a decimal is 0.4.

**What is the decimal representation of 21 22?**

21/22 as a decimal is 0.95454545454545.

**What is a terminating decimal example?**

Terminating decimal numbers are the decimals which has a finite number of decimal places. In other words, these numbers end after a fixed number of digits after the decimal point. For example, 0.87, 82.25, 9.527, 224.9803, etc.

### Is 0.25 a terminating or repeating decimal?

A terminating decimal, true to its name, is a decimal that has an end. For example, 1 / 4 can be expressed as a terminating decimal: It is 0.25.

**Is there a calculator for terminating decimal numbers?**

Welcome to the Terminating Decimal Calculator. The Terminating Decimal Calculator allows you to enter a fraction and we will show you how to determine if the fraction is a terminating decimal number or a non-terminating decimal number. Please submit your fraction and press “Terminating?”

**What does the bar over a repeating decimal mean?**

The division is as follows: This is a repeating decimal. The bar over the number, in this case 3 , indicates the number or block of numbers that repeat unendingly. See also Converting Repeating Decimals to Fractions .

## Which is a non terminating fraction of a factor?

Fractions whose denominator includes 2 as a factor and includes a factor not equal to 5 are non-terminating decimals (e.g. 1/6 and 1/14). Fractions whose denominator includes 5 as a factor and includes a factor not equal to 2 (1/15) are non-terminating decimals.

**Which is decimal number has digits that end?**

Terminating Decimal A decimal number that has digits that end.