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The position of a digit to the right of a decimal point.
‘Similarly to divide by 10, 100, 1000, or 10000 the rods are moved backwards by 1, 2, 3, or 4 decimal places.’
‘Computers have calculated pi to many decimal places.’
‘Its digits have been computed to 51,539,600,000 decimal places.’
‘He produced his Treatise on the Circumference in July 1424, a work in which he calculated 2p to nine sexagesimal places and translated this into sixteen decimal places.’
‘Converted to decimals this is 0.0087268 which is correct to 6 decimal places, the answer to 7 decimal places being 0.0087265.’
‘He investigated the series and calculated Euler's constant to 15 decimal places.’
‘In 1908 he published an article where he calculated p to 200 decimal places.’
‘Find the square root of 821 to four decimal places.’
‘Given that expression, which represents an infinite number of decimal digits, you can compute its value to any number of decimal places.’
‘These tables display a high degree of accuracy, being correct to at least 8 decimal places.’
‘With my pulse racing, I checked their results against mine. Our figures and graphs agreed to within three decimal places.’
‘The company also relies on laser micrometers to accurately measure tube diameters to five decimal places.’
‘A more careful analysis can be given to show that the sum of this series is 23.10345, to five decimal places.’
‘He calculated the constant to 16 decimal places.’
‘We have seen that to the left of the decimal place, the digits represent 1's, 10's, 100's, 1000's, and so on.’
‘Its digits have been computed to 1,241,100,000,000 decimal places.’
‘This converts to the decimal 1.3688081075 which is correct to nine decimal places, a remarkable achievement.’
‘In his spare time, between 1844 and 1847, he calculated the natural logarithms of the first 1005000 numbers to 7 decimal places.’
‘Euler gave an approximation for e to 18 decimal places,’
‘What is the value of the number 12.4547 rounded up to 2 decimal places?’