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The video covers the process of learning to represent numbers in decimal form. This includes a demonstration of how to represent 3 numbers in decimal form (15, 10, 5), as well as how to solve equations involving decimal numbers. The video also covers how to deal with numbers that are not in decimal form, such as 5 ÷ 10, which would result in a decimal number like .55.

**00:00:00**In this video, Gustavo explains the origin of numbers with commas. He and his friends show an example of how to use the comma to order numbers, and then they go on to discuss decimals. Gustavo demonstrates how to convert 8 decimals to numerals, and then asks the viewer to do the same. Finally, he and his friends discuss how to represent fractions with commas.**00:05:00**Origen de los números decimales discusses the process of learning to represent numbers in decimal form. The video includes a demonstration of how to represent 3 numbers in decimal form (15, 10, 5), as well as how to solve equations involving decimal numbers. The video also covers how to deal with numbers that are not in decimal form, such as 5 ÷ 10, which would result in a decimal number like .55.**00:10:00**This group of 10 numbers actually represent 10 decimal places. They will now become one unit, as 15 divided by 10 equals 1.5. 10 decimal places is equal to one unit, so I now have one unit. 5 divided by 10 equals 0.5. Then I have one unit and 5 decimal places. Decimals are fractions, and they can be converted into numbers. Today, we learned the origin of numbers in decimal form, and how to use graphs to represent them. We also used equivalent fractions to be able to use decimal numbers and finally convert them into decimals. Finally, these decimals were located in our positional value table. If you're curious about numbers that are not always less than 1, they can also be greater than 1. If you liked the video, please share it with your friends and subscribe to our channel. We'll see you next time.

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