We will use an example to help us out, 0.345, the 3 is in the tenths digit place, the 4 is in the hundredths digit place, and the 5 is in the thousandths digit place. This would be read as three hundred forty-five thousandths.
In the number 123.45 for example:the digit "1" is representing the hundreds (it is telling us that there is 1 hundred in this number as well as 2 tens and 3 single units) and the digit "5" is representing the hundredths (as well as there being 4 tenths here there are 5 one hundredths also).The hundreds is larger than the hundredths. 100 is 10,000 times as large as 0.01. This is because a hundred is 100 times larger than 1, whereas a hundredth is 100 times smaller than 1.
The digit in the thousandths place will round up the digit beside it as it is a 7, giving us 4.78 as the answer.
This would have been easier if you showed us the underlined digit but there is a 5 in the thousands place, a 2 in the hundreds place, an 8 in the tens place and a zero in the ones place, representing (respectively) five thousand, two hundred eighty.
We take the number after the tenths place which is the hundredths place. This is the 8 in 2.089. This is 5 or greater, so we round the tenths place up giving us 2.1.
A decimal number is simply a way of representing a number in such a way that the place value of each digit is ten times that of the digit to its right.
64 hundredths is greater because after 0 it us tenths hundredths then thousandths.
45.5 Lets pretend this is a number 36.ABC A = the tenths place B = the hundredths place C = the thousandths place So, to the nearest tenth, we see the 2 in the hundredths places means we do not round up the 5 in the tenths place which leaves us with 45.5
You are missing a digit. Find it.
The answer is in the placement. Start with the number you know..the tens digit is 8. This give us the number 0080. Next the thousand digit is 8-3 which is 5, so the number is now 5080. The ten digit 8 divided by 4 which is 2, so now we have the hundred digit of 2. The number is now 5280, so the last digit is 2x2 which is 4 which is in the one's place. The answer is 5284.
The US has zip codes which is a 5 digit number with optional 4 digit extension for more precise locating. see the link.
A decimal number is simply a way of representing a number in such a way that the place value of each digit is ten times that of the digit to its right. A decimal representation does not require a decimal point. So the required decimal representation is 320, exactly as in the question.
In the Hindu-Arabic numeral system (which we all use today), every digit has a place value, which is an increasing power of ten from the right. That is, units, tens, hundreds, thousands, and so on. Where a place value has no value, we write the digit zero (0) as a place-holder. Thus the placement of the digits 1024 tell us that there are four units, two tens, no hundreds and one thousands, which we read as one-thousand-and-twenty-four.
The hundreds digit is 6, so we round up giving us 11000.
If it's an area code, it's incomplete. In which case, "001" would be the international dialing prefix to call the US from a foreign country, and "65" would only be the first two digits of a three digit area code. We'd need the last digit to tell you. If you meant ZIP code, there is no such ZIP code in use in the US.
One US Dollar is equal to seventy-five hundredths of a Euro as of August, 2014. Conversely, one Euro is equal to one and thirty-three hundredths US Dollars.
7/100 as a decimal is 0.07
In the base ten counting system, the place value denotes a certain power of 10. The ones place, just to the left of the decimal, is 100, aka 1. The tens place, to the left of the ones place, is 101, the hundreds place is 102, and so on. The placement of a digit essentially multiplies it by the place value, so a 7 in the hundreds place is 7*102 or 700. Looking at a number such as 2046, we know that the two is in the thousands place, 103, so it has a value of 2000, the 4 is in the tens place, so it has a value of 40, and the six is in the ones place so it has a value of 6. Adding up the all the products of each digit with its place value gives us a number's total value. 2000 + 40 + 6 equals 2046.
You look at the digit after the 4, and as it is 1, then it is between 0 and 4, meaning the 4 in the number is not rounded up, giving us 2.4 as the answer.
The digits after the decimal place represent multiples of negative powers of 10. The first digit is in the tenths column (10-1), the second digit is in the hundredths column (10-2) and so on. We can use this to write the number as an integer divided by the appropriate power of 10.Example 1.0.5There is only one digit here and it is representing 5 * 10-1. This is 5 tenths. We can therefore write this as 5 divided by 10. So as a fraction 0.5 = 5/10. We can simplify (if desired) this to 1/2 by dividing top and bottom by 5.Example 2.0.37There are two digits after the decimal place and so this number is telling us how many hundredths (10-2) there are. Here there are thirty seven hundredths (37 * 10-2) which we can write as 37/100. We can not simplify this fraction any further.Example 3.0.1234567There are 7 digits here and so this is telling us the number is equal to 1234567 ten millionths (1234567 * 10-7). We write this as 1,234,567/10,000,000.We can therefore use this principle to convert any decimal value to a fraction.
To answer your question let's look at one example, the number 345. The 3 tells us there are 3 hundreds. It is in the position that is 3rd from the right. The 4 tells us there are 4 tens and it is the digit 2 from the right, and the 5 tells us there are 5 ones and it is the right most or ones digit. The ways to think of this, in our usual base 10, is that each digit's position is a power of 10. The ones are 10^0 since 10^=1. The next digit is 10's and we view it as 10^1. Then the hundreds since the third position is 10^2. So we have 5x10^0+ 4x10^2+3x10^3, Some might say why bother with all this? There are many answers, but one reason is that thinking of the numbers and digits this way lets us easily change to any other base, such as base 2 or 8. In the case of base 2 the right most digit is 2^0 or 1, the next is 2^1 or 2's, then 2^2 or 4s etc.
The telephone country code for the United States is +1. On a mobile phone, just dial +1 and then the 10-digit US number. On a landline phone, dial 00 1 and then the 10-digit US number.
Station addresses in the United States consisted of a three-digit area code and a seven-digit telephone number
0.32 fluid ounce (US) is about 189.3 drops.