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Which is the limit of 0.4, 0.44, 0.444, 0.4444...

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    Are you talking about an infinite number?

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  2. osanseviero Group Title
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    I will continue adding and adding and adding...so...does it go to infinite? or is there a limit?

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    No there is no limit.

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    Original SEQ: 0.4, 0.44, 0.444, 0.4444 Difference 1: 0.04 , 0.004 , 0.0004, which is a geometric progression ^^

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    The difference between the terms has a limit. Just add that to 0.4

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    http://openstudy.com/study#/updates/50602f40e4b0583d5cd23d35 this might help you

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    1/3 = 0.333... (the 3 repeats forever) 1/7 = 0.14285714285... ( the "142857" repeats forever) 77/600 = 0.128333... (the 3 repeats forever) The part that repeats is usually shown by placing dots over the first and last digits of the repeating pattern, or sometimes a line over the pattern. Also called a "Repeating Decimal".

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    the as n approaches infinity the nth term approaches is 4/9, the sum always increases with successive terms

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