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10.4.11 may not be good math, but it's pretty standard notation for outlining documents. Section 10.4.11 comes right after section 10.4.10 and right before 10.4.12. Section is its first subsection followed by and so on. That's why they make computer science majors take a few humanities courses.



While 10.4.11 and 10.4.6 are perfectly valid numbers in software versions, no version of math I've ever encountered allows for multiple decimal points. So what you were trying to say was that in math, .11 is between .1 and .2. 10.4.11 is simply not a valid number. 11 hundredths of 4 tenths? How would that even work?

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