Before decimal = ones
After decimal = tenths
when we place point in a number we call it decimal
the decimal point came from the middle ages. before - was printed a man decided to place a point in between two numbers then decided to call it the decimal.
There is no place where there is a call!
The fourth place behind the decimal point is 10/1000s and the fifth place behind the decimal point is 100/1000s.
Call 100 to be 100.000 then place it underneath the other number so the decimal points are in a vertical line, and then add, not forgetting the decimal point in the answer, in the same vertical line.
A decimal fraction.
A non-terminating decimal.
Telecom call *123 and ask them Vodafone call 0124 before the number
That's called 'decimal'.
A decimal to two digits, perhaps.
It is a non-terminating decimal number.