What is the maximum number of digits possible in the repeating block of digits in the decimal explanation of a/7 , where a is “a” integer

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In this case the maximum number of digits possible in the repetend is 46,229-1=46,228. The reason is that given any number the number of possible remainders is always one less than the denominator or the divisor. For example, express 4/7 as a repeating dec

Answer:## In this case the maximum number of digits possible in the repetend is 46,229-1=46,228. The reason is that given any number the number of possible remainders is always one less than the denominator or the divisor. For example, express 4/7 as a repeating decimal.