C# language uses ** float** variable type to store real number values in floating point (negative and positive numbers that contain a fractional part). The C# compiler will allocate 32 bits (4 bytes) to store values of type float. A float variable type can store values with a precision of six or seven decimals in the interval of

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**3.4E+38**