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Synonyms for decimal

a proper fraction whose denominator is a power of 10

a number in the decimal system

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numbered or proceeding by tens


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It looks like an eleven in the base ten number system.
Speaking of Stephen Cloughley, the new President & CEO of Base Ten Systems, Inc.
Then, when Base Ten officially withdrew from talks for the same reason in April this year, Gerrard said Select approached Princeton about buying the company's assets.
Base Ten Systems is a leading supplier of manufacturing solutions to regulated industries.
More importantly for Vigilar and our partners, we are increasing our customer base ten fold, which presents an incredible cross-selling opportunity for information security product and solutions sales," Rajan continued.
On a conference call to investors, which took place at the end of March when merger discussions were first made public, Base Ten indicated that the combined entity would have a potential revenue stream of $30m and could realize as much as $7m in cost savings.
Forward-Looking Statements Regarding Base Ten Systems
Troubled component-based modeling and management tools provider Select Software Tools Inc is in merger talks with Base Ten Systems Inc.
Klinsport of Base Ten Systems, 609-586-7010, or Richard Cooper of Strategic Growth International, 212-826-9622/
It is with great sadness that we note the sudden death, in July, of William Mount Errickson, one of the three founders of Base Ten.
Stephen Cloughley, President and CEO of Base Ten Systems Inc.
At the same time, Base Ten would be able to focus exclusively on the clinical supplies industry, which has accounted for much of Base Ten's new business over the past 12 months.
Base Ten Systems has been primarily engaged, historically, in the business of designing and manufacturing weapons control systems for both the U.
The letter was prompted by an earlier letter dated May 11, 2000, in which the staff of Nasdaq notified Base Ten that it no longer met the minimum capital requirement.