Q: How are the labels in each period alike in place value?

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they are alike because they have zeros and they are different because of the place value;hope you liked this answer

they both got place-value what's different is the numbers are different.

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they are expressions

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they are alike because they have zeros and they are different because of the place value;hope you liked this answer

they both got place-value what's different is the numbers are different.

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the trillions period comes after billions

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according to the indian place value system there are---------------period

they are expressions

a period

In place value, a period is each group of three digits separated by commas in a multidigit number.

i think that it means the percent of what it as

There is no single answer. Often it can be a label, which may be the answer you are looking for, but text values used in Excel are not always labels. If you have a list of names in a spreadsheet, the names are not labels. There may be a label at the top like "Names", but the names themselves are not labels.

It is the point at which place values that are one or larger (on the left) are separated from those that are less than one (on the right).