decimal

[ des-uh-muh l, des-muh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF decimal

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Decimal three-fifty or thereabouts I fancy from the look of it.

One was really beautiful, allowing a decimal point off her nose.

In this case the constant is designated by the decimal .005.

That seemed to be typical; the frontiers of science, now, were all decimal points.

He was a mathematician as far as long division and decimal fractions.

It was he who first carried the computation of π to 35 decimal places.

The Duke has got some craze of his own about decimal coinage.

Proof of this is found in the wide extended use of the decimal system.

From these, as is well known, our decimal notation is derived.

If you reduce that to decimals, you will find it correct to the sixth decimal.

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ten

adjectivehaving ten of something
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