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nonrepeating decimal

[ non-ri-pee-ting des-uh-muhl, non- ]
/ ˈnɒn rɪˈpi tɪŋ ˈdɛs ə məl, ˌnɒn- /
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noun Mathematics.
a decimal representation of any irrational number, having the property that no sequence of digits is repeated ad infinitum.
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