Write two decimals one repeating and one terminating with values between 0 and 1 then write an inequality that shows the relationship between your two decimals

This is a fairly easy question. So I’ll break it down and give you a description of the terms.

A repeating decimal (like 1/3, 3.333etc is often written as 3.3 with a dot above the second 3 or a. or an etc) can be anything you chose, 0.7222etc. 0.3555etc. Any number which goes on forever. Your choice! A terminating decimal does not go on forever, like 0.25 or 0.43353. It can be as long as you like but it has to end at some point.  
Inequalities are just a question, which value is bigger? You use a < or > to show the relationship, x< y means x is smaller than y. Same for y> x.

So just choose two numbers, 0.333. and. let’s say, 0.72. 0.72 is larger so we write 0.333.<0.72


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