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decimal decimal point difference frequency hundredths sum tenths thousandths whole number A way to describe fractions and mixed numbers using place value. (e.g., 0.4) A dot used to separate the whole number part from the fractional part in a decimal. The result when you subtract; the amount by which one number is greater than or less than another number. (e.g., 93 – 45 = 48 difference) The number of times an event occurs. The place value of a digit that is two places after the decimal point. (e.g., 0.43) The result when you add. (e.g., 14 + 37 = 51 sum) The place value of a digit after the decimal point. (e.g., 0.4) The place value of a digit that is three places after the decimal point. (e.g., 0.432) The counting numbers that begin at 0 and continue forever; 0, 1, 2, 3, …