Welcome to Decimal
Welcome to Decimal.info. In a decimal number like abc.xyz, the digits to left of the decimal point (abc) are whole numbers and the digits to the right of the decimal point (xyz) are not whole numbers.
We here at Decimal.info call the left side of the decimal point the Integer part and the right side the Fractional part.
The Integer part can be labeled: moving from the decimal point and going left, the first number (c) is Ones, the second number (b) is Tens, the third number (a) is Hundreds and so on.
The Fractional part can also be labeled: moving from the decimal point and going right, the first number (x) is Tenths, the second number (y) is Hundredths, the third number (z) is Thousandths and so on.
Our goal with Decimal.info is to explain and show different ways decimal numbers can be converted, calculated, changed, and used in math and daily life.
Check out our directory to start exploring the fascinating world of decimals.
Below are some examples of questions and problems that we have explained and solved.
1 1/2 inches to decimal
0.325 as a fraction
What is the 100th digit of Pi?
0XFFF to decimal
What is a 7-digit number?
What is 1.599 rounded to 2 decimal places?
15 minutes in decimal
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0.0145 as a percentage
What is 2 over 3 as a decimal?
How to convert 55 to binary
How to convert 16 to octal
What is the LCM and GCF of 36 and 45?
What is 9.95 to 1 decimal place?
5 as a Decimal
Round 14.45 to the nearest Euro
Pi to 50 decimal places