You only show one decimal place, the tenths place. 0.tenths, hundredths, thousandths is how the order goes. The first decimals place is the tenths place. What number is in that place? The 2, so your answer is 2.2.
The tenths place is the first place after the decimal point. The ten-thousandths place is the fourth place after the decimal point. Thus any decimal which follows the pattern 0.3ab1 where a and b are any digit will fit the specification. Some examples include 0.3621, 0.3131, 0.3001.
Count over from the decimal place, tenths, hundredths, thousandths, ten thousandths. 2/10000 reduces to 1/5000
0.12345 The 1 is in the tenths place The 2 is in the hundredths place The 3 is in the thousandths place The 4 is in the ten-thousandths place The 5 is in the one-hundred-thousandths place and so on...
Three in the tenths place and 1 in the ten-thousandths place is 0.3001The word form is: three thousand and one ten-thousandths.
5 : tens9 : units 8 : tenths 4 : hundredths 3 : thousandths 1 : ten thousandths 2 : hundred thousandths.
The thousandths place is 3 after the decimal place. That is, 1 thousandth would be 0.001 To write any number of thousandths, you put the unit of that number in the thousandths place, the tens of the number in the tenths place, and so on. In this case, we want to write 648 thousandths, so that would be written as 0.648
The tenths place in 34.1 is .1; the tenths place is the first number to the right of the decimal.
The tenths place is the 1 after the 8 in the number 184.108.40.206
In the decimal 99.999 which is 1/10 the value of the 9 in the tenths place ?
decimal places go .1(tenths) .01(hundredths), and .001(thousandths) and there are 10 thousandths in a hundredth and 10 hundredths in a tenth .9 is 9 tenths which is 90 hundredths or 900 thousandths but normally you would just say "nine tenths"
245.17086 Digit in thousandths place is 0 Digit in ten thousandths place is 8 Digit in tenths place is 1