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Re: st: RE: RE: binary-decimal precision |

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Thu, 3 Feb 2005 11:21:13 -0500 |

Something happened to the first line in my previous post. For what it's worth, here's the first paragraph.

Excellent: this explains Excel's answer, too---it's in the negative direction. It just looks closer to zero because -2.77556E-17 is also close to 0 when we're not using modulo 0.1 arithmetic, and so more obviously rounds to 0---which is 0.1.

On Feb 3, 2005, at 8:17 AM, Chris Ruebeck wrote:

direction. It just looks closer to zero because -2.77556E-17 is also close to 0 when we're not using modulo 0.1 arithmetic, and so more obviously rounds to 0---which is 0.1.

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**References**:**st: RE: RE: binary-decimal precision***From:*"David Harrison" <David@icnarc.org>

**Re: st: RE: RE: binary-decimal precision***From:*Chris Ruebeck <ruebeckc@lafayette.edu>

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