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Grade 7 - Mathematics6.5 Non-Terminating Recurring Decimals

 There are two kinds of non-terminating recurring decimals. They are 1. Pure recurring decimals. 2. Mixed recurring decimals. Pure recurring decimals: If all the digits after the decimal point recur in a decimal then it is called a pure recurring decimal. Example: 1. 0.111........ = 0.1 2. 0.616161........... = 0.61 3. 50.123123123.......... = 50.123 Mixed Recurring Decimals: If some digits immediately after the decimal point do not recur but other digits following them recur, then it is called a mixed recurring decimal. Example: 1. 4.3545454....... = 4.354 [Here 3 immediately after the decimal does not recur. While 54 after 3 recurs.] Directions: Choose the correct answer. Also write atleast 5 examples of your own for pure and mixed terminating decimals.
 Q 1: 5.13 is a mixed recurring decimal.YesNo Q 2: 1.567 is a mixed recurring decimal.NoYes Q 3: 59.24562456....... mixed recurring decimalpure recurring decimal Q 4: 0.321 is a mixed recurring decimal.NoYes Q 5: 123.5123123....... mixed recurring decimalpure recurring decimal Q 6: 6.123 is a mixed recurring decimal.YesNo Q 7: 3.2567567....... pure recurring decimalmixed recurring decimal Q 8: 6.632323232....... mixed recurring decimalpure recurring decimal Question 9: This question is available to subscribers only! Question 10: This question is available to subscribers only!