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Which statements is false?
A. A decimal fraction has a multiple of 10 as a denominator.
B. Every rational number can be associated with a point in the real number line.
C. A terminating decimal cannot be expressed as a repeating decimal.
D. The set of rational numbers includes both the set of whole numbers and the set of integers.

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  1. A: true

    B: true

    C: false
    e.g. 0.5 = .499999....

    D: true

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    posted by Reiny

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