Theory:

The decimal fraction, like any number, consists of numbers (\(0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9\)) the place of each digit in the number is important, it determines the rank of the number.
 
The decimal fraction consists of the integer part (all digits before the decimal point) and the fractional part (all digits after the decimal point).
 
The integer part of the decimal fraction can be divided into digits in the same way as natural numbers: units, tens, hundreds, thousands, etc.
 
The fractional part of the decimal fraction is divided into digits as follows:
tenths (in the denominator of an ordinary fraction \(10\)), hundredths (in the denominator of an ordinary fraction \(100\)), thousandths (in the denominator of an ordinary fraction \(1000\)), etc. 
Bit table
ThousandsHundredsTensUnitsTenthsHundredthsthousandthTen thousandths
        
The discharge table can be supplemented with any desired number of columns.
 
\(1\)st decimal place - unit decimal place.
\(2\)nd digit after the decimal point is the digit of hundredths.
\(3\)rd digit after the decimal point is the digit of thousandths.
\(4\)th digit after the decimal point is the digit of ten thousandths.
\(5\)th digit after the decimal point is the one hundred thousandth digit.
\(6\)th digit after the decimal point is the millionth digit.
\(7\)th decimal place - the discharge of ten-millionth.
\(8\)th digit after the decimal point is the one hundred millionths digit.
 
Write in the table of digits of the number: \(25.5701\); \(13.827\); \(3.9\); \(48.65\).
 
 TensUnitsTenthsHundredthsThousandthTen thousandths
\(25.5701\)
\(2\)
\(5\)
\(5\)
\(7\)
\(0\)
\(1\)
\(13.827\)
\(1\)
\(3\)
\(8\)
\(2\)
\(7\)
 
\(48.65\)
\(4\)
\(8\)
\(6\)
\(5\)
  
\(3.9\)
 
\(3\)
\(9\)