is 4/9 a reapeating or terminating decimal?

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May 13th, 2015

4/9 is a repeating decimal. A repeating decimal is one whose decimal form has one or more digits in a pattern that repeats indefinitely. The decimal form of 4/9 is 0.444444444444...... It is found by dividing 4 by 9.

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