Q: What digit is in the thousandths column of 0.168?

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5. The third digit

The 7 is in the 4th column after the decimal point; this is the ten thousandths (1/10000) column. Thus the 7 is seven ten-thousandths.

0.04936 ... the last digit goes where the 10000ths column is

The last digit here is in the thousandths column, so we can write this as 64 thousandths or 64/1000. This will simplify to 8/125.

It is a decimal number. 0.67 shows a 6 in the tenths column, and 7 in the hundredths column. The next one beyond it the thousandths column.

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There is no digit in the thousands column. There is a 1 in the thousandths column.

5. The third digit

9

The 1 is in the units column and is one. The 6 is in the tenths column and is six tenths. The 3 is in the hundredths column and is three hundredths. The 9 is in the thousandths column and is nine thousandths.

The 7 is in the 4th column after the decimal point; this is the ten thousandths (1/10000) column. Thus the 7 is seven ten-thousandths.

0.04936 ... the last digit goes where the 10000ths column is

The 9 is in the tenths column. Remember it's Hundreds, Tens, Ones, decimal, Tenths, Hundredths, Thousandths.

The last digit here is in the thousandths column, so we can write this as 64 thousandths or 64/1000. This will simplify to 8/125.

The 4 is 3 digits to the right of the decimal point, so it is in the thousandths column. The 4 in 189.064 is 4 thousandths.

The thousandths column is the third column to the right of the decimal point.

It is a decimal number. 0.67 shows a 6 in the tenths column, and 7 in the hundredths column. The next one beyond it the thousandths column.

.003 would be in the thousandths column.