# Question #165ae

Oct 24, 2017

See explanation below.

#### Explanation:

You would read $3.5432765$ by saying, "three point five four three two seven six five."

Oct 24, 2017

#### Explanation:

Well using the correct way of pronunciation..

$3.5432765$ can be read as Three $\left(3\right)$, Point $\left(\cdot\right)$, Five $\left(5\right)$, Four $\left(4\right)$, Three $\left(3\right)$, Two $\left(2\right)$, Seven $\left(7\right)$, Six $\left(6\right)$, Five $\left(5\right)$.

Following the Thousand, Hundred, Tens and Unit and Tenth, Hundreth, Thousandth ways of pronunciation..

In mathematics, the digits before the decimal places can be read plainly as in without obstruction..

e.g $354.3 ,$ can be read as Three Hundred and Fifty - Four Point Three.

But dealing with digits after the decimal point, it is pronounced singly just as I did above..

Let me give another example for clarification..

e.g $35.43 ,$ can be read as Thirty-Five, Point Four, Three..

Hope this helps!