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Stop at any finite number of bits, and you get an approximation. On most machines today, floats are approximated using a binary fraction with the numerator using the first 53 bits starting with the most significant bit and with the denominator as a power of two. On most machines, if Python were to print the true decimal value of the binary approximation stored for 0.1, it would have to display>>>