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Decimel

A customary unit of area approximately equivalent to 40.46 square meters. It is used in some parts of India and Bangladesh in real estate transactions.
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In BSE the share prices of the airlines closed at six hundred and fourteen rupees ten paisa which is a loss of two decimal two six percent, which happened before the announcement of the results.
Decimal odds: Bookmaker Geoff Banks displays odds in decimals, which novice punters preferred
Gwilym Thomas (Letters, December 26) correctly notes that the decimal system prevailed in Patagonia, where the whole of the education system as well as business dealings were initially conducted entirely in Welsh.
This is in contrast to "decimals" and "pentimals" written as a sequence of digits with a decimal or pentimal point.
Only slightly less far-fetched would be such unhappy occurrences as the death of the Queen before 4,140 million decimal coins bearing her effigy have been issued, or the destruction of the Llantrisant mint by Welsh nationalists.
Decimal Point Analytics is a financial research company providing bespoke solutions to global hedge funds, PE funds, securities brokers, etc.
For example, in Singapore decimal notation is taught through money in Year 3 and expanded rapidly to three places in Year 4 (Ministry of Education, 2007).
Sometimes you might find numbers that have more numbers behind the decimal point, such as 1.
For awareness of general public, SBP has advised the Commercial/Microfinance Banks to display posters/banners at visible places of their branches for exchange of decimal coins, a statement of the Central Bank issued on Tuesday.
For awareness of general public, SBP has advised the Commercial /Microfinance banks to display posters/banners at visible places of their branches for exchange of decimal coins, SBP statement said here on Monday.
1971: Britain changed over to decimal coinage on Decimal Day.
Under the supervision of Patna district officials, the family of Drigonmeshwar and Govardhan Pujari -- who won the prolonged legal battle -- fenced off 13 decimal of land ( about 520 sq m) spread across the plot numbers 1195 and 1196, on one of which the minister's bungalow is built.