`fun <T : BigDecimal> Expect<T>.isNotNumericallyEqualTo(expected: T): Expect<T>`

(source)
Expects that the subject of `this`

expectation (a BigDecimal) is not numerically equal to expected.

By numerically is meant that it will not compare BigDecimal.scale (or in other words,
it uses `compareTo(expected) != 0`

)

Most of the time you want to use this function instead of isNotEqualIncludingScale because isNotEqualIncludingScale compares BigDecimal.scale. Following the two functions compared:

`expect(BigDecimal("10")).isNotEqualIncludingScale(BigDecimal("10.0"))`

holds.`expect(BigDecimal("10")).isNotNumericallyEqualTo(BigDecimal("10.0"))`

does not hold.

**Return**

an Expect for the subject of `this`

expectation.