Denominator of 141 as a repeating decimal What is the denominator of 141 as a repeating decimal? First, note that a fraction in its lowest form with the denominator of 141 will always have a repeating decimal if you divide the fraction (numerator divided by denominator).

Here we will count and show you the repeating digits when the numerator is 1 and denominator is 141. In other words, we will show you the recurring digits you get when you calculate 1 divided by 141.

Below is the answer to 1 divided by 141 with the repeating decimals. We colored each interval of repeating decimals in different colors so it is easy for you to see. The repeating decimals (recurring digits) go on forever.

0.007092198581560283687943262411347517730496453900709219858156028368794326241134751773049645390070921985815602836879432624113475177304964539...

As you can see, the repeating digits are 0070921985815602836879432624113475177304964539 which will repeat indefinitely. When we counted the repeating decimals, we found that there are 46 repeating decimals in 1/141 as a decimal.

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Note that the answer above only applies to 1/141. You will get a different answer if the numerator is different. Furthermore, 141 as a denominator in a fraction is only repeating for sure if the fraction is in its lowest form possible.

Bonus: To communicate what numbers are repeating in a repeating decimal, you put a line (vinculum) over the repeating digits like this:

0.0070921985815602836879432624113475177304964539