Decimal numbers that represent the same rational number.

Theoretically, there are an infinite number of ways to write the same decimal number. Each of these ways corresponds to a decimal fraction that is equivalent to the initial decimal number.

### Examples

- 235.78 = 235.780 = 235.7800 = …
- Because \(\dfrac{6}{10} = \dfrac{60}{100} = \dfrac{600}{1000} = … \), this means that \(0.6 = 0.60 = 0.600\)