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511,112.196

Only problem is you end up with a 9 digit number and this is unavoidable

Q: How would you write a 8 digit number using 2 in the ones place 5 in the hundred-thousands place 6 in the thousands place 9 in the hundredths place and 1 in all other places?

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The order of the decimal places, after the decimal point are:tenths-->hundredths-->thousandths and so on (increasing by 10 each time).In this number there is an 8 in the tenths place, a 4 in the hundredths place, and a 3 in the thousandths place.However, to get the answer you must put this all together, using all of the number up to the place you desire. In this case you have 843 thousandths. If you were to add 157 thousands, you would have 2196.0

tenths, hundredths, thousandths, ten thousandths (etc.) (just add a 'ths' to the end of the number.)

trillions, hundred millions, ten millions, millions, hundred thousands, ten thousands, thousands, hundreds, tens, ones (decimal point) tenths, hundredths, thousandths, etc.

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There will be five decimal places.

5 of them.

At most 3.

5.

probably 3, thousandths place.

In 557,995 the number 7 is in the thousands column. Start from the right and work to the left, the number places are units, tens, hundreds, thousands, ten thousands, hundred thousands.

for example 0.01 the one is in the hundredths place two places after the decimal.

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The order of the decimal places, after the decimal point are:tenths-->hundredths-->thousandths and so on (increasing by 10 each time).In this number there is an 8 in the tenths place, a 4 in the hundredths place, and a 3 in the thousandths place.However, to get the answer you must put this all together, using all of the number up to the place you desire. In this case you have 843 thousandths. If you were to add 157 thousands, you would have 2196.0

The six digit numeral in question is 6352.24.