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A terminating decimal is :
A
Natural number
B
A whole number
C
A rational number
D
An integer
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Correct option is C)
According to the definition of rational number,
The decimal expansion
of a rational number always either terminates after a finite number of digit
or begins to repeat
the same finite sequence
of digits over and over.
So, correct answer is option C.
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