By Robert Smith, Roland Minton
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In this exercise, we prove that the decimal representation of any rational number repeats or terminates. 142857142857. Note that when you get a remainder of 1, it’s all over: you started with a 1 to divide into, so the sequence of digits must repeat. For p a general rational number , there are q possible remainders q (0, 1, 2, . . , q − 1). Explain why when doing long division you must eventually get a remainder you have had before. Explain why the digits will then either terminate or start repeating.
Since the line must pass through the point (1, 2), the equation of the perpendicular line is 1 (x − 1) + 2. 19. y= We now return to this section’s introductory example and use the equation of a line to estimate the population in the year 2000. cls CHAPTER 0 .. 7 Using a Line to Estimate Population Given the population data for the census years 1960, 1970, 1980 and 1990, estimate the population for the year 2000. Solution We began this section by showing that the points in the corresponding table are not colinear.
166666¯ are terminate or repeat. 33333, 8 6 all rational numbers. By contrast, irrational numbers have decimal expansions that do not repeat or terminate. 41421 35623 . . 14159 26535 . . 71828 18284 . . 2 (the real line). The set of real numbers is denoted by the symbol R. 1 .. 3, where the solid circles indicate that a and b are included in [a, b]. 4, where the open circles indicate that a and b are not included in (a, b). You should already be very familiar with the following properties of real numbers.
Calculus, 3rd Edition by Robert Smith, Roland Minton