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Unformatted text preview: Answer: Fill it in with a 0. 13.3 becomes 1330 SO, our problem becomes 038 into 1330. 038 is the same as 38. 38 1330 38 x 5 190 38 x 4 152 38 x 3 114 3 114 19 5 190 Example 4 2.48 1.3392 248 133.92 248 133.92 . 248 x 5 1240 248 x 6 1488 5 124 0 9 9 2 248 x 4 992 4 9 92 Terminating and Repeating Decimals A terminating decimal is a decimal that stops, or terminates. Examples: 1.25 or 0.892 A repeating decimal is a decimal that has a repeating digit or a repeating group of digits. Examples: 1.3333 or .121212121 Repeating decimals usually have a bar across the repeating portion. 2.3 62 8 7 56 6 .0 . 7 56 4 5 40 Terminating decimal 5 6 .0 .8 4 8 2 3 18 2 3 18 2 This is a repeating decimal. .83 Time For Homework!...
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