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Should two factors can have only one decimal place and explain?

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2013-04-19 10:53:37

No. In normal mathematical usage the term factor refers to an integer that goes into another integer without remainder. There is, therefore, no need for a decimal place.

No. In normal mathematical usage the term factor refers to an integer that goes into another integer without remainder. There is, therefore, no need for a decimal place.

No. In normal mathematical usage the term factor refers to an integer that goes into another integer without remainder. There is, therefore, no need for a decimal place.

No. In normal mathematical usage the term factor refers to an integer that goes into another integer without remainder. There is, therefore, no need for a decimal place.

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2013-04-19 10:53:37
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A number a power of a variable or a product of the two is a monomial while a polynomial is the of monomials

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2013-04-19 10:53:37

No. In normal mathematical usage the term factor refers to an integer that goes into another integer without remainder. There is, therefore, no need for a decimal place.