10 times larger
The digit 6 is 1,000 times greater than the value of the 4.
Im not sure.
In the decimal place value system, each digit is ten times bigger than the digit on its right
420 is greater in value than 402. This is due to the fact that a digit in the tens place is ten times as great as a digit in the ones place.
60 is the number in which the digit 6 have a greater value as compared to 106.
In the decimal system, 10 times.
It means that a digit that is further to the left has a greater value than one that is further to the right. For example, the 1 in "10" has a value of ten, while the 1 in "100" has a value of hundred. In general, the "place value" for each position is ten times as much as the position to its right. The actual value of each digit is the digit itself, times its place value.
The place value of each digit is b times the place value of the digit to its right where b is the base for the system: whether that is binary, octal, decimal, duodecimal, hexadecimal, sexagesimal or some other value.
The place value of the digit to the left is ten times greater.
It is its face value, which is the place value times the value of the digit.
The farthest to the left.
In the decimal system, 10 times. In another system, where the base is x, it would be x times.
It must be the 9, since 9,000,000 is greater than 10 times 300,000.The answer should not be the 7 since 70 is equalto 10 times 7, not greater than.
In the first one, the 3 is ten times the value of the 3 in the second one.
The value of any digit in the millions place is 1,000 times the value of the same digit in the thousands place.
It's 10 times greater.
One million times greater.
Because the value of each digit is 16 times the value of a unit in the digit to its right.