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How can I describe the following numbers?


Can I call them "even tenths"?

For example:

"If the maximum value in the data set is 1, then the values displayed in the bar graph are the ______." I am pertaining to the numbers above.

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Cross-posted from… – user61527 May 19 '14 at 6:13

They can be called "fifths" as $\frac 15 = 0.2$

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I don't think there is a good way to say this (at least not in English). If you are trying to be precise and are willing to be wordy, you could say "$x$ such that $10x$ is an even integer."

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