Why you should use Double not Float

Reason 1: Swift 3 prefers Doubles over Floats (I read this in the Apple documentation somewhere).

Reason 2: Doubles are more precise than Floats. Let’s say you write: 
let num: Float = 1.1
My understanding is the number stored in num may actually be 1.000999.

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