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An hour after the game, the Cavaliers’ trainer was still plucking decimal points out of James’ skin.
The decimal point shows the absurdity of the exercise.
My challenge to all mocksters out there is to use solid numbers next year and avoid the decimal points.
In the wake of his firing are students whose chances of going pro in baseball are less than a decimal point of a fraction of a fraction.
Independents make up 25 percent of the California electorate, a decimal point less than Republicans.
Turns out, a decimal point on the bill was accidentally moved.
Apparently, the electric utility, Penelec, had a decimal point in the wrong spot and her bill was actually $284.46.
The 4-star running back reached the final 4 before missing out on a spot in the game by mere decimal points.
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DECIMAL POINT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of decimal point for English Language Learners
mathematics : the dot (as in .678 or 3.678) that separates a whole number from tenths, hundredths, etc.
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