Source: Revised GRE PDF 2nd Ed. Section 5; #2 (p. 75)


In a decimal number, a bar over

In a decimal number, a bar over one or more consecutive digits means that the pattern of digits under the bar repeats without end. For example, 0.387 = 0.387387387 . . . Quantity A = 0.717 Quantity B = 0.71 Quantity A is greater., Quantity B is greater., The two quantities are equal., The relationship cannot be determined from the information given.

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