Percent changes will be calculated from the three decimal place indexes.
Those percent changes will continue to be published to one decimal place.
Percent changes based on these three-decimal place indexes will continue to be published to one decimal place.
There is an implied decimal place after the third digit of the rates.
Annual wage estimates are rounded to the nearest dollar and are stored with no decimal place.
Students will be able to read a number with decimal place value up to hundredths.
If the diamond's weight is described in decimal parts of a carat, the figure should be accurate to the last decimal place.
Summary tables must be rounded to no more than one decimal place.
Grade-point averages are to be rounded to one decimal place.
Performance shall be evaluated and reported to one decimal place for all performance areas unless otherwise specified.
British Dictionary definitions for decimal place
decimal place
noun
1.
the position of a digit after the decimal point, each successive position to the right having a denominator of an increased power of ten: in 0.025, 5 is in the third decimal place
2.
the number of digits to the right of the decimal point: 3.142 is a number given to three decimal places Compare significant figures (sense 2)
decimal place The position of a digit to the right of the decimal point in a number written in decimal notation. In 0.079, for example, 0 is in the first decimal place, 7 is in the second decimal place, and 9 is in the third decimal place.