Q. 33.9( 50 Votes )

# Decimal representation of a rational number cannot be

A. terminating

B. non-terminating

C. non-terminating repeating

D. non-terminating non-repeating

Answer :

Given :

Decimal representation of a rational number cannot be non-terminating non-repeating. It is always terminating or it will be periodic i.e. repeating.

Hence option (D) is correct answer.

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