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Decimal Expansion which ends after the division is called terminating expansion. And when a fraction is divided such that the value repeats itself, it is a recurring expansion. When the expansion never ends it is called non terminating expansion.

For example: 0.2342516782943257 is neither repeating nor terminating expansion.

(i) = 0.36

(Since, decimal expansion has finite no. of figures. Hence, it is terminating).

(ii) = 0.09090909….

= (Since decimal expansion repeats itself so it is a non-terminating recurring decimal expansion).

(iii) = 4.125

(Since, decimal expansion has finite no. of figures. Hence, it is terminating).

(iv) = 0.230769230769

= (Since decimal expansion repeats itself so it is a non-terminating recurring decimal expansion).

(v) = 0.1818181818….

= (Since decimal expansion repeats itself so it is a non-terminating recurring decimal expansion)

(vi) = 0.8225

(Since, decimal expansion has finite no. of figures. Hence, it is terminating.)

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