The millions, then the Ten Millions, then the Hundred Millions, then the Billions, the Ten Billions, the Hundred Billions, the Trillions, the Ten Trillions, the Hundred trillions, the Quadrillions, the Ten Quadrillions, the Hundred Quadrillions, the Quintillions and so on.
It goes either: upward: ones, tens, hundreds, thousands, ten-thousands, hundred-thousands, millions, ten-millions, hundred-millions, billions, ten-billions, hundred-billions, trillions, ten-trillions, hundred-trillions, quadrillions, ten-quadrillions, hundred-quadrillions, etc. downward: ones, tenths, hundredths, thousandths, etc. like upwards but starting at tenths and decimal places. Mainly it will just be a "ths" instead of a "s"
135,792,468,000. Being read, this number is 135 billion, 792 million, 468 thousand. The ten millions place is in the millions range. Each section has a specific title, and within that title is 3 digits. And each digit is either numbered ones, tens, or hundreds. I'll write an example below: hundred billions, ten billions, one billions, hundred millions, ten millions, one millions, hundred thousands, ten thousands, one thousands, hundreds, tens, ones. So the answer to your question would be 9.
Write a 10 digit numeral that has. 9 in the tenth place 3 in the milliions place 5 in the billions place 7 in the hundreds millions place 1 in the thousands place 6 in all other places
The 3 is in the hundreds place. Remember numbers are set up in the following way. Example: 9,614,200,369.2345 Billions, Hundred Millions, Ten Millions, Millions, Hundred Thousands, Ten Thousands, Thousands, Hundreds, Tens, Ones, Tenths, Hundredths, Thousandths, Ten Thousandths.
The place value after millions is billions.
I think you're asking about powers of ten, not multiples of ten. In whole numbers, the place values as they increase from right to left are: ones, tens, hundreds, thousands, ten-thousands, hundred thousands, millions, ten-millions, hundred millions, billions, ten-billions, hundred billions, trillions... Each place value increases by another power of ten: Place Value Power of ten ones 10 to the zero power tens 10 to the first power hundreds 10 to the 2nd power (10 squared) thousands 10 to the 3rd power (10 cubed) ten-thousands 10 to the 4th power
6 is in hundred millions place.
7 is in hundred millions place.
ones, thousands, millions, billions, trillions...
In the US system, the next place to the left has a value of one billion to under ten billion, or units of billions. Then there is tens of billions, and hundreds of billions.
Yes, Millions/Billion(S) of years.
This would be a lot easier if one of the numbers was underlined. From right to left, this number has 0 in the ones place, 3 in the tens place, 1 in the hundreds place, 5 in the thousands place, 7 in the ten thousands place, 2 in the hundred thousands place, 6 in the millions place, 1 in the ten millions place and 4 in the hundred millions place.