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## What is a Decimal?

A decimal is a number that has a fractional part and a whole number part. The fractional part is written as a decimal point followed by some digits. The whole number part is written as normal. For example, the decimal 3.14159265 is written as 3.14159265.

## Types of Decimal Numbers

There are three types of decimal numbers: terminating, repeating, and non-repeating.

Terminating decimal numbers are those that have a finite number of digits that repeat after a certain point. For example, the number 5.6 has a terminating decimal representation, because the 6 repeats after the 5.

Repeating decimal numbers are those that have a finite number of digits that repeat in a specific pattern. For example, the number 5.142857 has a repeating decimal representation, because the 142857 repeats over and over.

Non-repeating decimal numbers are those that do not have a finite number of digits that repeat. For example, the number 5.12345 has a non-repeating decimal representation, because the digits do not repeat after 5.

## What is the Importance of Decimal Worksheets?

Decimal worksheets are important because they help students learn how to add, subtract, multiply, and divide decimals. They also help students develop a better understanding of what decimals are and how they work.

## Things to Keep In Mind

Some people who are gluten-free have to be very careful about what they eat, as even a small amount of gluten can make them sick. Others can eat gluten-containing foods as long as they don’t have celiac disease.

If you’re gluten-free, it’s important to read food labels carefully to make sure that the foods you eat are gluten-free.