27.9 IS a decimal number. You can tell it is a decimal number because it has a decimal point (.).
When a decimal can't be expressed as a fraction then it is an irrational number.
If it is a terminating or recurring decimal then it is not irrational. If it is an infinite, non-recurring decimal, it is irrational.
It is a number with a decimal point. It is not necessarily a decimal number because 24 (no decimal pont) is a decimal number.It is a number with a decimal point. It is not necessarily a decimal number because 24 (no decimal pont) is a decimal number.It is a number with a decimal point. It is not necessarily a decimal number because 24 (no decimal pont) is a decimal number.It is a number with a decimal point. It is not necessarily a decimal number because 24 (no decimal pont) is a decimal number.
It is difficult to tell when a number has two decimal points in it.
Near enough the exact value of the number. Logarithms, for positive numbers, have are invertible.
It is had to tell with a number containing two decimal points.
It is difficult to tell in a number with two decimal points!
If the number is an integer, then you cannot tell, but it does not matter: the decimal and other representations are the same. If the number is not an integer, then a decimal will have a decimal point (a full stop) followed by one or more digits. A non-decimal will have a rational element (a/b) with some integers a and b, both non-zero)
Umm the whole number is the number of electrons and the number with a decimal pt it the atomic weight but im not sure which is in the lower left side but the decimal pt should tell which is which
A decimal number is not an integer. An integer is a number that is not a fraction, and decimal numbers are decimal fractions.
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).
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Yes. You can tell because there is a finite number of decimal places. 0.91 = 91/100 which is a rational number.
It is difficult to tell since there are two decimal points in the number!
Yes it is. You can tell because there is nothing but zero to the right of the decimal point.
It is not possible to tell because the "number" is the question appears to have two decimal points!
no because 969 is an odd number and 2 is an even number, also you can tell if you divide 969 by two your answer is a decimal point (484.5) and in order for it to be divisible by 2 it can not be a decimal it has to be a whole number..
7.5 is a decimal.
1.30 is a decimal number
A number with two decimal points cannot be a decimal number.
7.15 IS a decimal number.
A decimal number can be rational or irrational.
A decimal is a way of representing a number. There is no number after a number.A decimal is NOT a decimal point.