I am looking for your decimal point. The decimal is in the wrong spot.
"I used decimal points today" ....
I need to put the decimal point somewhere!Look at that decimal!
I am looking for your decimal point. The decimal point is in the wrong spot.
Be sure you put the decimal point in the right spot. The decimal in that number is after the 2.
terminating decimal is when the quotient has the remainder of zero.
Decimal decimal decimal, (dot, dot, dot), (...) is known as an ellipsis. This means there is a break or a pause in thought, an unfinished thought or idea, or a sentence that is trailing. When you are reading aloud and come across an ellipsis (...) you do not say "ellipsis," you pause in your speech or (if it is at the end of the sentence) you prolong your last word.
a decimal point is a point that looks like a period
It is important to have the decimal place in the correct position when doing calculations manually.
Yes, decimal is a noun, a singular, common noun. Example sentence: The decimal for hundredths is placed two digits from the right of a number.
To change a decimal into a percent, move the decimal point two places to the right and add the percent sign to the right of the numbers.
Mark often miscalculates multiplying by a decimal.