I understand that when a series of numbers in Japanese includes a decimal point each number is voiced individually with the decimal point pronounced as てん as in the following example:
9.76 = きゅうてんななろく
However, if I'm reading a series of digits which includes a counter that has a sound change in the final digit like if I wanted to say for example
5.6 minutes (5.6分）
how would I read this?
Would I pronounce it as ごてんろっぷん? Or would I simply ignore the sound change in 6 related to the counter word (in this case 分) and simply pronounce it as ごてんろくふん?