(b) Where bilateral tolerancing is used, both the plus and minus values and the dimension have the same number of decimal places.


(c) Where limit dimensioning is used and either the maximum or minimum value has digits following a decimal point, the other value has zeros added for uniformity.


(d) Where basic dimensions are used, associated tolerances contain the number of decimal places necessary for control. The basic dimension value is expressed with the same number of decimal places as the tolerance.


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