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Without any decimal point, they are identical. 17 = 017 = 0000017

but .17 is not equal to .017, so make sure you are not missing a decimal point. ■

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306 017.

17/100 = 0.17 as a decimal

14, 017, 002 = 1.4017002 x107I hope that helps!:D

999 combination 001 002 003 004 005 006 007 008 009 010 011 012 013 014 015 016 017 018 019 until 099 then change all the front 0 to 1-9 and if you dont believe me think of a combination and try it im 11 years old

It's a tricky area: Decimal numbers can be represented exactly. In contrast, numbers like 1.1 do not have an exact representation in binary floating point. End users typically would not expect 1.1 to display as 1.1000000000000001 as it does with binary floating point. The exactness carries over into arithmetic. In decimal floating point, 0.1 + 0.1 + 0.1 - 0.3 is exactly equal to zero. In binary floating point, the result is 5.5511151231257827e-017. While near to zero, the differences prevent reliable equality testing and differences can accumulate. For this reason, decimal is preferred in accounting applications which have strict equality invariants. So you have to be carefull how you store floating point decimals in binary. It can also be used in a fraction. It must be simplufied then reduced and multiplied.

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0.17 in percent is equal to 17%

not sure when exactly they stopped making the 017 but they did change it to the ms170 which is currently in production

$0.17

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The number 017 can refer to a number of different things. The number can be found enscribed on a pill, it can be used for a mathematical equation, or it can be a deposit number.

1299

200.00

.017

Depends which country you refer to.

.017

There is no area code 017 in the United States. Area codes in North America (USA, Canada, etc.) can never begin with 0 or 1.

Hold "alt" then type 017.

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