decimal

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  • The decimal number system in use today was first recorded in Indian mathematics.
  • The result is to be expressed to at least one decimal place.
  • Next you will see another dash followed by a number, a decimal point, and then another number.
  • To perform addition, it required a memory-resident table of decimal addition rules.
  • However, how, when, and where the first decimal place value system was invented is not so clear.
  • These world files are six-line files with decimal numbers on each line.
  • Everything is worked out to half a dozen places of decimals. Cited from A Minstrel In France, by Harry Lauder
  • Decimal coins are generally considered to be too small and light and they don't fly so well.
  • Decimal time was used in China throughout most of its history alongside dozenal time.
  • In accordance with the new decimal system, their number was increased to fifty.
  • More importantly even still was the development of the concept of decimal place value.
  • The two most common classes of fixed-point types are decimal and binary.
  • He is best known for the decimal classification system that many public and school libraries use.
  • The last decimal digit is now very close to the third letter.
  • Today only two countries in the world use non-decimal currencies.
  • Every real number has at least one infinite decimal expansion.
  • Scholarship numbers for head-count sports are indicated without a decimal point.
  • These smaller units allow for more accurate calculations without the use of decimals.
  • Most information recorded on the quipus consists of numbers in a decimal system.
  • But the decimal system was just one of a long list of innovations.
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Synonyms of decimal

Meaning of decimal

  • noun A number in the decimal system