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Of or pertaining to decimals; numbered or proceeding by tens; having a tenfold increase or decrease, each unit being ten times the unit next smaller; as, decimal notation; a decimal coinage.
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A number expressed in the scale of tens; specifically, and almost exclusively, used as synonymous with a decimal fraction.
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Pertains primarily to decimal fractions. Decimal fractions are fractions with denominators of ten (10) or powers of ten (100,1000, etc). Example: 12.213 is 12 plus .213.213 is the same as 213/1000.213 is a decimal fraction
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Decimals are numbers expressed in base-10 math. Decmials, when used as statistics, are representations with denominator some power of 10. Major League Baseball indicates batting average as a decimal quantity.
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Pertaining to the number representation system with a radix of ten.
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Base 10. A number notation that uses 10 possible values, ranging from 0 to 9.
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A number written in standard notation, usually one containing a decimal point, as in 2.54.
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base 10 number system; a number system with ten digits: 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
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Base-10 number system. Mathematical constant (approx. 2.71828183).
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Refers to numbers in base 10â€”the numbers we use in everyday life.
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A real number on the base ten standard numbering system.
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A number that uses place value and a decimal point to show values less than one, such as tenths and hundredths Example: 3.47
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relating to base ten. Most commonly used synonymously with decimal fraction, where the number of tenths, hundredths, thousandths, etc. are represented as digits following a decimal point. The decimal point is placed at the right of the units column. Each column after the decimal point is a decimal place: for example, the decimal fraction 0.275 is said to have three decimal places. The system of recording with a decimal point is decimal notation.
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made of ten parts. The decimal number system has ten numerals: 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9.
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a proper fraction whose denominator is a power of 10
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a number in the decimal system
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numbered or proceeding by tens; based on ten; "the decimal system"
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divided by tens or hundreds; "a decimal fraction"; "decimal coinage"
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a number that is divided in ten parts, hundred parts, thousand parts,
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a tool to represent a part (a portion) of a number
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a way of writing parts of numbers
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The number of digits to the right of the decimal point in a number
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The symbol "." used to separate the integer value from the non-integer value of a real number.
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Decimal is the standard, base 10, system of counting, as opposed to base 2, binary, or base 16, hexadecimal..db - Data Byte
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A number system having a base of 10
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Monetary system whereby there are ten minor deminations to a major denomination. Also applied incorrectly to systems which have a hundred minor units per major unit. For example there are 100 cents in an American dollar.
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A numbering system based on the numbers 1 to 9 and zero.
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A fraction with an unwritten denominator of 10 or some power of 10, marked by a (decimal) point before the numerator.
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Short for the term "decimal fraction", a decimal is another way to represent fractional numbers. The decimal uses place value to express the value of a number as opposed to a fraction that uses a numerator and denominator.
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A number used to name a whole quantity and/or a fractional part.
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Set numeric base to decimal by setting BASE to 10. HEX 100 DECIMAL . ( prints 256 ) Related Words: HEX BINARY BASE
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Normal number system with values 0 to 9.
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Refers to a base ten number system using the characters 0 through 9 to represent values.
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A decimal is a base 10 number that is written with a decimal point in it. For example, 1.1, 10.43, and 0.01 are decimals.
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Any base-10 fixed-point number. There must be at least one digit to the left of the decimal point, and a leading "+" or "-" sign is allowed. Examples: "42", "-3.14159", "+0.004".
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A numeric data type, ranging from 0 to 28, used to specify the number of digits to the right of the decimal point. Decimal values are 96-bit (12-byte) unsigned integers, so with a scale of 28, the largest possible Decimal value is +/-7.9228162514264337593543950335; with a scale of 0, +/-79,228,162,514,264, 337,593,543,950,335. The Decimal data type must be used with a Variant, uses the prefix dec, and doesn't have a type-declaration character.
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The base 10 numbering system in which the numbers 0 through 9 are used.
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a number represented as a whole number and some fractional part as well. Decimal numbers either take up more memory than integers, or are accurate to less places, or both.
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Any real number expressed in base 10.
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The base-10 numbering system that uses the familiar numbers 0-9. ... more
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A fraction whose denominator is a power of ten (10, 100, 1000, etc.) and written by putting the numerator of that fraction to the right of a decimal point. So, 22/100 is 0.22; .056 is equivalent to 56/1000.
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The decimal (base ten or occasionally denary) numeral system has ten as its base. It is the most widely used numeral system, perhaps because humans have four fingers and a thumb on each hand, giving a total of ten digits over both hands.
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