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It looks like Excel just takes your last explicit digit and pads it with zeros to hide the floating point issue. Unless you are using the FixedDecimal data type you will see this issue. It is a known characteristic of computer processing and number storage. Alteryx mentions it in their Help FAQ: I am using a simple filter:[Value] > 2. Yet I am getting values equal to 2 in my TRUE stream. Is this a bug?
There's more information on floating point math in Wikipedia.