Its positional place value is 500,000 = five hundred thousand
A number cannot have a place value: only a single digit in a number has a place value.
The place value of the 5 in the number 3057.69 is five tens.
The place value of the 5 in the number 150000000 is fifty million.
5 is in the thousandths place.
It is in 10's place and has a value of 50.
It is in the millions' place.
Place values increase by ten times. This 5 is in the ten thousands place (the fifth from the right). The 5 you're looking for is in the hundred thousands place (the sixth from the right). Thus the number is 5 hundred thousand.
it is one by tenth place 5*(1/10)=0.5
Its positional place value is 5/1000 = five thousandths
There are not just 5 place values - there are infinitely many.
The 5 in the number 45.37 represents 5 units.
It is in the tenths place. The 5 is in the Hundredths place.
In the number 0.005, the 5 is in the thousandths place.
The number in the thousands place in 5391 is 5, representing 5000.
The whole number is 5 and .267 is the decimal place value to three decimal places
the digit 5 is two places after the decimal place so it is in the hundredths place value column → the 5 is five hundredths (5/100)
As an example, 13579 the number 5 is in the hundreds place and has the value of 500. It does not matter whether the numbers are odd or even.
The place value of a digit is its face value multiplied by its place column value (1, 10, 100, etc). To have the same place value and face value, the place column value must be 1 - the units column (immediately before the decimal point). Thus it is the last digit of a whole number, which in this case is the '8'.
Tens of thousands.
The 5 is in the tens column, so its place value is 5 x 10 = 50 (fifty).