Step: 1

A decimal that terminates or stops after a finite number of decimal places is a terminating decimal.

Step: 2

Among the choices, except 0.055, all are repeating decimals.

Step: 3

So, 0.055 is a terminating decimal.

Correct Answer is : 0.055

Step: 1

The price of three books = $42.85.

Step: 2

Price of each book = 42.85 3 .

Step: 3

Step: 4

The price of a book is $14.28333...

Step: 5

It is a repeating decimal.

Correct Answer is : $14.283..., repeating

Step: 1

When the same block of digits in a decimal repeats without end, the decimal is called a repeating decimal.

Step: 2

0.114114114...

[Original number.]

Step: 3

In the number 114 is repeating with out end.

Step: 4

The number is a repeating decimal number.

Correct Answer is : Repeating decimal

Step: 1

When a digit or sequence of digits keep repeating, it is a repeating decimal.

Step: 2

For 4 5 , when 4 is divided by 5 the quotient is 0.8.

Step: 3

For 3 8 , when 3 is divided by 8 the quotient is 0.375.

Step: 4

For 3 10 , when 3 is divided by 10 the quotient is 0.3.

Step: 5

For 1 12 , when 1 is divided by 12, the quotient is 0.08333. . . and the digit 3 is repeating.

Step: 6

Therefore, 1 12 is a repeating decimal.

Correct Answer is : 1 12

Step: 1

12.6 ÷ 3

Step: 2

Divisor = 3 and dividend = 12.6.

Step: 3

Step: 4

Quotient = 4.2. It is a terminating decimal.

Correct Answer is : 4.2 terminating decimal

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