Terminating Decimal Definition and Examples

Terminating Decimal Definition: A decimal that has only countable numbers in its decimal part is called a terminating decimal.

we can also say that

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A terminating decimal is usually defined as, a decimal number that contains finite digits of numbers after decimal points.
We can also be called all terminating decimals are rational numbers that can be written into a reduced fraction with denominators containing no prime numbers other than 2 or 5.

Terminating decimal definition Examples:

  1. 2.4349  
  2. 125.8749
  3. \frac12 etc

A terminating decimal can be converted into a common fraction therefore every terminating decimal can be converted into a common fraction.

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I graduated in Mathematics from the University of Sargodha, having master degree in Mathematics.

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