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Synonyms for decimal point

the dot at the left of a decimal fraction

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If India win that match, they too will be on 121 points but ahead on decimal point calculation.
Similarly, all decimal points can be concatenated to provide accurate results as shown in Fig.
Sometimes you might find numbers that have more numbers behind the decimal point, such as 1.
Despite the hazards of making predictions, I will risk one of my own for 2010: Attitude will trump decimal points, and those who can focus on opportunity rather than calamity will have a more profitable and productive year.
00 forces the cell to display five digits before the decimal point and two digits after the decimal point.
On the chart at bottom, numbers are comparison-star magnitudes with the decimal points omitted.
56" high red LED displays with programmable scaling and decimal points with a universal power supply accepting from 50V AC to 250V AC or 21.
For example, the placement of decimal points may be overlooked if a zero is not used before the decimal--0.
It is therefore very important that decimal points are directly in line with one another.
The unusual thing to remember when using a G75 grooving routine is the three defined values that must be written without decimal points.
In addition to multiple-choice and true/false questions, teachers can use the system to ask advanced numeric questions with positive and negative numbers and decimal points.
Research has shown 18 per cent of Welsh adults are not confident with their maths, 25 per cent admit being confused by decimal points, while 36 per cent struggle with fractions.
Instructors can ask multiple-choice, true/false, and advanced numeric questions with positive and negative numbers and decimal points.
The outlook for the international economy is reportedly good, and the high oil prices would not stem growth by any more than a couple of decimal points.
In the December '04 issue in the "Short But Stout" article about new broadhead designs, I believe the decimal points were misplaced in describing the thickness of the Barrie and Eastman replaceable blades.