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Finitedecimal = p/(2^a)(5^b) where either a or b could be 0 and p is a prime.

Basically this formula comes from...

Finitedecimal = (a1/10)+(a2/10^2)+....+(an/10^n)

What is a here? and how to prove it? Please help I am stuck

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# Homework Help: I would be ever so greatful if (finite decimal expansions)

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