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 Multiplying decimal numbers 2008-02-05 alwyn pose la question :Why should when you Multiplying Decimal numbers is value becoming less and less? don't you think even decimal number is a quantity and in no chance when it multiplies its should become less or nil !!! In fact all Multiplying and or adding the value will go up and only when you subtract and divide it should become less !!Stephen La Rocque and Penny Nom lui répond. X.9999... and X+1 2003-08-23 David pose la question :I have read your answers to the questions on rational numbers, esp. 6.9999... = ? and still have a question: The simple algebraic stunt of converting repeating decimals to rational numbers seems to work for all numbers except X.999999.... where X is any integer. The fact that the method yields the integer X+1 in each case seems to violate the completeness axiom of the real numbers, namely that there is no space on the number line which does not have an number and conversely that every geometric point on the number line is associated with a unique real number. In the case of 3.999... for example, it seems that both the number 4 and the number 3.9999.... occupy the same point on the number line. How is this possible???Penny Nom lui répond. Place Value 1999-01-05 Reg pose la question :I work in a Section 27 classroom with various grades. I am looking for assistance on how to deliver a lesson on place value:decimal numbers keeping in mind that they need to see it (visual) to comprehend. I am looking for grade 4-6 level.Jack LeSage lui répond.

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