### Question

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**Sat Jan 22, 2011 10:59 pm**.1 = 1 / 10...why we have used 1 in here for the point and 0 for the number?

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Posted: **Sat Jan 22, 2011 10:59 pm**

.1 = 1 / 10...why we have used 1 in here for the point and 0 for the number?

Posted: **Wed Nov 02, 2011 6:59 am**

it is a ten based number system.when you multiply by ten you get a zero on the right side.when you divide by ten you get a zero on the left side.when there is no point a zero on the left side is valueless.but,when there is, it is not.

Posted: **Sat Nov 26, 2011 11:31 pm**

nafistiham wrote:.when you multiply by ten you get a zero on the right side.when you divide by ten you get a zero on the left side.when there is no point a zero on the left side is valueless.

can you make it more clear to me????I am getting 1 on the right side after multiplying by ten.........

Posted: **Sun Nov 27, 2011 8:51 am**

Make sure what's your right sideDipan wrote:

can you make it more clear to me????I am getting 1 on the right side after multiplying by ten.........

Posted: **Sun Nov 27, 2011 12:27 pm**

mahi, aren't you making this more complicated?*Mahi* wrote:Make sure what's your right sideDipan wrote:

can you make it more clear to me????I am getting 1 on the right side after multiplying by ten.........

@Dipan,

suppose you have got $x$. now what would be $x \times 10$?

its $10x+0$. this the $0$ i am talking about which will be the একক স্থানীয় অঙ্ক (i don't know the translation )