A bar above a digit in a decimal indicates an infinitely repeating decimal. \(333, 333.\bar{3}\cdot (10^{-3}-10^{-5})=\)

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A bar above a digit in a decimal indicates an infinitely repeating decimal. \(333, 333.\bar{3}\cdot (10^{-3}-10^{-5}) =\)

A. \(3,333.\bar{3}\)

B. \(3,330\)

C. \(333.\bar{3}\)

D. \(330\)

E. \(0\)

Answer: D

Source: Princeton Review