# What's a terminating decimal?

One that ends and does not go on infinitely

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A terminating decimal is a decimal number that ends or terminates after a finite number of digits. In other words, it has a finite number of digits to the right of the decimal point. For example, (0.25) and (3.75) are terminating decimals because they end after a finite number of digits.

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- Below is the base 60 system used by Babylonians? Using the the translation table translate the following: #B->Decimal# a) 2, 25 b) 3, 36; 22, 32, 45 #Decimal->B# a) 1245 b) 65 c) 147 Compare to decimal and give some comments?
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