A decimal without a remainder is a whole number or integer.
A decimal fraction.
Yes a whole number is a number without a fraction or a decimal point.
when we place point in a number we call it decimal
It is a decimal representation of a rational number.
It is a recurring decimal.
There is no place where there is a call!
It is a non-terminating decimal number.
0.10, to the nearest whole number - ie without a decimal - is zero.
No. It is decimal number. An integer is a number that can be written without a fractional or decimal component.
If a number has no decimal you can add a point zero zero at the end of that number.
The range of a single number - with or without a decimal - is zero.
A terminating decimal number.
No. A whole number is a number with no fractional (decimal) part. Therefore a decimal number can not be a whole number. Another view: 35.0 is a whole number AND a decimal. The fact that a number is a decimal does not automatically require it to have a fractional part. Even 35 is a decimal number (without a decimal point).
A real number. Or, the decimal representation of a real number.
That could be a fraction, a decimal, or a mixed number.
a number with a decimal point is a a fraction, a part of the whole goes behind the decimal. where as one with out a decimal point is just a whole number.
no, as there is a decimal point in the number. Whole numbers are numbers without decimal points
A rational number
A number without a decimal part.
It is a non-terminating decimal, which could represent a rational number or an irrational number.
No as that this number has a decimal point. Whole numbers are numbers without decimal points
If a number is written without a decimal it is usually assumed to be after the last digit.