anonymous
  • anonymous
Is 0.121122111222 a repeating decimal
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jim_thompson5910
  • jim_thompson5910
To be repeating, there has to be a group of digits that repeat over and over forever. Yes the 1s and 2s repeat, but not in a fixed way. If we had 0.1212121212 or 0.112211221122 then it would be a repeating decimal
anonymous
  • anonymous
Repeating means the numbers have a pattern but this one does not have a pattern so it is not repeating.

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