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Float is supporting Floating point representation i.e some part of memory assigned to float is used to store mantisaa and other for exponent.Taking an example not according to exact represntation but would give u an idea:
2500 = 0.25 * 10 power 4 i will store it as 25 in one part and 4 in some other part
so using 32 bit no we can store a wide range of no. But we do have a problem here i.e Loss of Precesion .. Yaa I agree loss of precision is there because mantisaa part is of fixed size.
I think this would have cleared ur doubt ........ else i am always there to help u out we can discuss more
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Thanks for your answer. Well, I do think that there are much behind this. However this enough for just having an idea.