A number which contains a decimal point can be defined as a Decimal point and the place value is the system for helping in categorizing a number into the ones, hundreds or thousand. Decimal numbers are separated by the decimal number according to the decimal system. The number system for decimals increases in place value from right to left and the numbers after the decimal point decreases in value.
An example of a simple decimal is 6.321 where,
- 3 is in the hundreds position
- 2 is in the tens position
- 1 is in the ones position
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