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## What are Decimal Places

 Decimal Point Place Value of digits in decimals Expanded Form of Decimal Read Decimals Decimal Places Decimal to Fraction Decimal to Mixed Fraction Decimal to Lowest Fractional form Decimal into Percentage Like Decimals Unlike Decimals Difference Like & Unlike Decimals Comparing or Ordering Decimals Ascending Order of Decimals Descending Order of Decimals Multiplication of Decimals Division of Decimals

 Before you study, What are Decimals Places ? You must know: What is a Decimal Point ? Decimal Places refer to numbers of digits on the RHS of the decimal point. One Decimal place is equals to One digit on the RHS of the decimal point. E.g. Let's check number of decimal places in the following decimals: a) 9.1 Have only one digit to the right of the decimal point i.e. digit 1. So, 9.1 have one decimal place only. b) 4.23 Have two digits on the RHS of the decimal point i.e. digits 2 and 3 So, Decimal 4.23 have two decimals places. b) 14.8901 Have four digits on the RHS of the decimal point i.e. digits 8, 9, 0 and 1 So, Decimal 14.8901 have four decimals places.

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