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As you complete the table below, you will find that the key to this question lies with the prime factorization of the denominator.
2
9 = 0.2
Fraction Decimal Form Terminate? Prime factorization of the Denominator
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
9
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8
1
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1
9
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1
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1
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State a general rule describing which fractions have decimal forms that terminate and which have decimal forms that repeat.
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