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which fraction cannot be expressed as repeat decimal?
a) 1/11
b)1/4
c 5/8
d 2/3

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Steve
Hmmm
(a) and (d) both repeat
(b) and (c) both terminate
ANY fraction can be written as a repeating or terminating decimal.
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