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answered How to correctly name these percentages?
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comment Understanding smaller parts without understanding what they mean when put together
Sounds like you are trying to reference emergent properties. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emergence
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answered How to express reduction from 10 or 100 billion to 1 billion
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answered A word to express “removing some parts of history from history books by authorities”
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comment Future Passive Progressive?
Short answer: of course.
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comment Opposite of “infinitesimal”
Although something can be immeasurably small, every dictionary (and common use) suggests that the meaning defaults to being too large.
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answered Opposite of “infinitesimal”
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comment What do I call a number that has a period in it?
Exactly, see wikipedia article. They are called repeating decimals, not periodic decimals or cyclic decimals. Your examples do not repeat.
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comment What do I call a number that has a period in it?
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/… Repeating decimals can be converted to fractions as shown above.
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answered What is the term for groups of numerals within a large number?
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answered What do I call a number that has a period in it?
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answered Do Americans use the term “garburator” or is there a better equivalent?