Greatest means largest. Choose the largest number of all three. Examples: 145, 67, and 212 It might be easier to put them in order. The smallest is 67 because it does not have a digit in the hundreds place. The middle one is 145 because it has a 1 in the hundreds place, which is less than the 2 that 212 has in the hundreds place. The largest is 212. 1932, 1011, and 1925 They all have a 1 in the thousands place, so look at the hundreds place. 1011 has a 0 in the hundreds place, so it is the smallest. Both 1932 and 1925 have a 9 in the hundreds place, so look at the tens place. Since 3 is greater than 2, 1932 is larger than 1925. The largest is 1932. 0.12, 0.56, and 0.34 They all have a 0 in the ones place, so look at the tenths place. Since 5 is larger than 1 and 3, it is the largest decimal. The largest is 0.56.
you see if the number in the hundreds place is 5 up to 9 and if it is round the number in the tenths place to 6 and the hundreds will be 0, a: 560
The largest whole number that rounds to 800 when rounding to the nearest hundreds place is 849.
The digit of 0 represents the hundreds place
The digit in the hundreds place in the number 2378.91 is the digit 3.
In the number 123, 3 is in the ones place, 2 is in the tens place, and 1 is in the hundreds place. So, a number with 8 in the hundreds place is probably 800. Although, this could refer to any number in the 800s, because they all have 8 in the hundreds place.
the highest place value. like if its a hundreds number, its going to be the hundreds place.
It's in the hundreds place and it tells you that there are no hundreds in this particular number
To round any number to hundreds place, look at the number in the tens place. If the number is less than 5, leave the number in the hundreds place as it is. If the number in tens place is 5 or above, round the number in the hundreds place up one. For the number 98143, the number in tens place is four, so it would be rounded to 98100.
The digit in the hundreds place in the number 463 is the digit 4.
It is the digit of 0 that represents the hundreds place value.
The hundreds place, on any number, is three to the left of the decimal point. The hundredths place is two to the right.
Because the first has nothing in the hundreds' place and a three in the tens' place whereas the second number has a 3 in the hundreds' place and 0 in the tens' place.
The third digit to the left of the decimal point is the hundreds place.
The number is three hundred eighty-two. Therefore, the 3 is in the hundreds place.
It appears this number was rounded by the nearest hundreds place. This is because the hundreds place value is followed by all zeros representing a rounding could have taken place.
Minus ten times that number.
The number 2.
There is no greatest number. Whatever number you come up with, I can multiply it by 1000 and add 999 and create a larger number with a 9 in the hundreds place.
1,951 rounded to the nearest hundreds place is 2,000.