Recurring decimals are decimal representations that repeat one or more digits forever after the comma. In recurring decimal notations, a dash is placed on repeating numbers to show that that number is recurred.
E.g; 0.333333… is expressed as to show that the number 0.33333… rolls over the number 3.
Recurring decimal numbers can be written in rational number form with the following formula.
You can find the fractional equivalents of decimals with the decimal fraction calculator below.