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Q: What is the left side of the decimal point is called?

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Any number is converted to a decimal by writing the integer part on the left side of the decimal point and the fractional part on the right side of the decimal point. The first place on the left side of the decimal point is called the ten's. After that, we have the hundred's, thousand's, ten-thousands, etc. On the right hand side of the decimal point, we have the tenth's, hundredth's, thousandth's, ten thousandth's, etc. So four hundred nine and one-tenth is 409.1.

No. A whole number will be on the left side of the decimal point. For example, a 2 in 2.43 is a whole number.

No. 8mm can be written as 8.0mm For decimal numbers the numbers on the left hand side of the decimal point are whole numbers and the numbers on the right hand side of the decimal point are parts of numbers, fractions. 0.8 is not a whole number. 8.0 is a whole number so .8 and 8. are not the same

4.00 is larger. The whole numbers are always on the left side of the decimal point. The frations or parts are on the right side of the decimal point. So 4 is a whole number .004 is 4 parts of a whole number, it is 4/1000

Any number to the left of the decimal point is classed as a whole number. For instance, 2.50 means 2 is a whole number and .50 is the part, or fraction, of the whole. If you mean what is the column value? 255.90 means two hundreds, five tens, five units, point, five tenths

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Any number is converted to a decimal by writing the integer part on the left side of the decimal point and the fractional part on the right side of the decimal point. The first place on the left side of the decimal point is called the ten's. After that, we have the hundred's, thousand's, ten-thousands, etc. On the right hand side of the decimal point, we have the tenth's, hundredth's, thousandth's, ten thousandth's, etc. So four hundred nine and one-tenth is 409.1.

Parts of a number like 3 tenths always go on the right side of the decimal point. Whole numbers go on the left side of the decimal point 3 tenths = .3

yes. any thing you have on the right side of the decimal point(.) is a decimal:)

It is the integral or whole part of the number.It is a whole number.

You mean fraction. Fractor isn't a word at all. To convert a repeating decimal to a fraction, first multiply the decimal by 100. Ignore the digits on the right side of the decimal point and keep the number that is on the left side of the decimal point. Divide this number by 99 and simplify if necessary to get the fraction.

First of all we should look at the integer which is at the left side of decimal point and by comparing the integers we can find which is the greatest one. If integers on the left side of decimal point are same then we should compare the digits after the decimal point. Clearly, 3.5001 has the greatest value.

No. A whole number will be on the left side of the decimal point. For example, a 2 in 2.43 is a whole number.

Depends on what side, the left side is called the left side and the right side is called the right side

No. 8mm can be written as 8.0mm For decimal numbers the numbers on the left hand side of the decimal point are whole numbers and the numbers on the right hand side of the decimal point are parts of numbers, fractions. 0.8 is not a whole number. 8.0 is a whole number so .8 and 8. are not the same

26 is greater. 26 is a whole number 0.3 is a decimal number, in decimal numbers the whole numbers go on the left side of the decimal point and the parts of a number (fractions) go on the right side of the decimal point. So . 3 is not even a whole number.

4.00 is larger. The whole numbers are always on the left side of the decimal point. The frations or parts are on the right side of the decimal point. So 4 is a whole number .004 is 4 parts of a whole number, it is 4/1000

Stage left is the left hand side of the stage from the actors' point of view, and therefore the right hand side from the audience's point of view. It is also called "house right" since it is on the right from the view of the "house", or audience.

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