After the decimal point, the first place has the greatest value,and there's no such thing as the smallest one.Before the decimal point, the first place has the smallest value,and there's no such thing as the greatest one.
There is none.
There is no limit.
The greatest place value in 2307 is thousands.
As there is no decimal point, it is "hiding" after the last digit, the 2 (which is in the ones column) The greatest place value column that is used is occupied by the 1 which is 5 to the left of the decimal point → the 1 is 1 × 10⁵⁻¹ = 1 × 10⁴ = 10,000 (ten thousand)
If you mean: 8.080 8.088 and 0.888 then it is 8.088 that has the greatest value
The whole number is 5 and .267 is the decimal place value to three decimal places
the place value after a decimal point is tenths
The largest place value is the tenths place. The smallest is, well, infinite.
decimal value for 0.0658 = ten thousandths