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In the decimal system, the largest digit in any place is 9.
The largest single digit in our numerical system is 9. Once you write 10, you have two digits.
9 is in the thousands place. 4 is in the tens place.
Zero is in the tens place.
The 9 is in the thousands place and the second 4 is in the tens place. The 6 is in the units place and the first 4 in the hundreds place.
One example is 6.0008
1 is in the tens place. The tens place is the second one from the right
The tens place is where the "0" is.
How do you write 4 tens + 6 tens in standard form? Unit form?