The digit of 0 represents the hundreds place
how do you write 4 digit numbers with a 0 in ten and hundred place then use the same number to tell which number is larger
It is the digit of 0 that represents the hundreds place value.
In the hundredths place of the number 10.008 is 0.
The digit in the tenths place is 0.
You could treat the thousands place as occupied by the digit 0 but really there isn't any digit occupying the thousands place of the number as written
0 is a digit
The digit in the units column of the number 60 is the 0.
When the digit in the one's place is 5 or 0.
If the digit in the tens place is divisible by 2 and the digit in the units place is a 0, then the number is divisible by twenty.
The answer is 6 2 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0.
Each of the number that is shown rounds to 0.
1We can not start a three digit number with 0, so 1 is the smallest digit.
Pi to 33 decimal places = 3.141592653589793238462643383279502 So, the number 0 is the 33rd digit (of you count the 3 before the decimal place) But, if you count after the decimal place, then it is the number 2.
0(zero), there is no number in the hundreds place, 7 is in the hundredths place however.
To find if a number is divisible by 5, the digit in the ones place has to be 0 or 5.
The number '3'
The smallest digit in any place is always 0.
Let's take, for example the number 10. The '1' is the tens place, and the '0' is the ones place (also refereed to as the 'unit').
The larges single-digit number is 9... The figure 0 is simply a 'place holder'.
What digit in the place with the greatest value is equlal to 4+0