finite decimal

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finite decimal

[¦fī‚nīt ′des·məl]
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The concept of decimals includes understanding of a decimal as a number having unique value, place values of the digits in the decimal, conversion of a common fraction into its decimal representation and conversion of a decimal into its equivalent common fraction.
One of the characterisations was stated and proved that an integer N was divisible by 40 if and only if a0 +10(a1 + 2a2) was divisible by 40, where a0, a1, a2 were the digits of N in its decimal representation.
In this case, that is "0010 0101" = 25 in hexa decimal representation means 0.
If x appears in the decimal representation of the number n, then x divides n, hence x must itself be a power of 2.
Peter Wallrodt defined "brilliant numbers" as numbers consisting of two prime factors of the same length in decimal representation [4].
Let B denote the subset of K containing elements whose infinite ternary decimal representation has exactly one 1.
To "compute" a value means to find a standard representation of the numerical value of a mathematical expression-in this case, the decimal representation.
1) The decimal representation is intuitive for human discussion, but it creates a problem when mapping to the machine's binary equivalent.
The & indicates that decimal digits different from the one preceding the & follow in the exact decimal representation.
These effects may occur as data is entered and translated from a decimal representation to a binary representation.
Decimalization is the process of converting prices, stocks, bonds and other financial instruments to decimal representation.

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