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Q: What is 0.001 in decimals called?

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A number with no decimals is called a whole number, or an integer.

They are called terminating decimals.

A dyne is .00001 newtons.

Some decimals repeat. Some decimals go on forever. Some decimals stop. Those are called terminating decimals.

When you Multiply two decimals it is called the product.

Things without decimals like people are called discrete data and things that you can measure with decimals like mass are called continuous data. :)

0001 = 1

o.1, because if you say this number, you say it, zero and one tenth, and you say o.oo1, zero and one thousandths, and in decimals, the number that sounds bigger is always smaller

Yes there are call equivalent decimales

Not all decimal representations are repeating decimals.

30 * 0001 = 30

Whole numbers without decimals or fractions are called integers.

If you mean 0.001, the prefix "milli" (abbreviated "m") is used for that.

.0001 or 0.0001 is one ten-thousandth.

192 = 1100 0000 168 = 1010 1000 0 = 0000 0000 1 = 0000 0001 192.168.0.1 = 11000000.10101000.00000000.00000001 = 11000000.10101000.0.1

Whole numbers which are called integers

.0001 seconds .0001 seconds

01 January 0001 was a Saturday.

For Capital A, 0100 0001. For Lowercase A, 0110 0001.

They are called rational numbers

January 1st, 0001 fell on a Tuesday.

0001 = 12:01 AM

The set of real numbers. Note that this also includes terminating decimals and integers.

Some non-terminating decimals are repeating decimals.

Conversion.