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# How to Read Decimal Place Value | Sciencing

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• 1-minute (60-second) Binary Options Strategy: 14 of 18 wins           To figure out what "place" we're at when looking at a decimal-places number, we count up the digits after the decimal point. However many decimal places we have, that's the number of zeroes for the number matching the "place" we're at. For instance, the number 83.295 has three digits after the decimal place (the digits 2, 9, and 5), so the #8: Call option down at 1.32710 (where #6 was taken). This trade won. However, the minute after this trade expired in-the-money, the market broke below 1.32710 and formed a newer low at 1.32655. #9: This trade was a put option at 1.32710, using the concept that old support can turn into new resistance. The other day I discovered my 6-year-old sitting on her bedroom floor with a mound of pennies in front of her. She sat there and picked up each penny, one by one, and carefully counted them for what felt like forever. n(S) = 8; n(A) = 1 P(A) = ii) Exactly two heads. Let B be the event of getting exactly 2 heads. n(B) = 3 P(B) = iii) At least two heads. Let C be the event of getting at least two heads. n(C) = 4 P(C) = Example 3: Spinner and Coin. Example: A spinner is labeled with three colors: Red, Green and Blue. Marcus spun the spinner once and tossed a It often happens that we need to attach a price to a certain currency. At the same time, the item may be sold in various currencies. Google Sheets contains an extremely convenient tool for currency conversion that you won't find in other programs.

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## Decimal Place Value and Rounding 