Math-Decimals

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Please match each number with its best example. Some values will need to be changed into a decimal format.

A. Recurring Decimal
B. Mixed Number
C. Non-repeating Decimal
D. Finite Decimal
E. Decimal

Examples:
½

π
0.375


I think 5½ is B and ⅓ is A, but I am confused about the rest! Could someone please help?

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