What digit in the place with the greatest value is equlal to 4+0
A number does not have a place value - a digit within the number has. For example 234 has no place value but the digit 4 has a place value of 40.
Place value only makes sense for a single digit - not a 4-digit number!
The digit 4 is in the tens place, and has a value of 40 (forty).
The 4 is in the tenths place value.
Place value is tens and value is 40
The 4 is in the millions place.
The value of a digit: In 12,345 , the value of the digit 5 is 5 and the value of the digit 1 is 10,000. Place value: In 13,563 ,the place value of the digit 3 is thousands and the place value of the digit 6 is tens. The value of a digit is its value, as in 0-9 The place value of a digit is its value multiplied by its place (column) value which is dependant upon where it is in the number. In the units column, the place value is 1 In the tens column, it is 10 in the hundreds column it is 100 in the tenths column it is 1/10 So in 123.4: The digit 1 has value 1, but place value 1 x 100 = 100 (one hundred) since it is in the hundreds column The digit 2 has value 2, but place value 2 x 10 = 20 (twenty) since it is in the tens column The digit 3 has value 3, but place value 3 x 1 = 3 (three) since it is in the units column - in this case (only), its value and place value are the same. The digit 4 has value 4, but place value 4 x 1/10 = 4/10 (four tenths) since it is in the tenths column.
Write the place and the value of the underlined digit. 95463 The 4 is in the hundreds place and has a value of 400.
The digit 4 is valued at 4 hundredths
The place value of the digit 8 in 2.8 is eight tenths.
9 is in the thousands place. 4 is in the tens place.
It is 4 because its place value is 400,000,000
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.
It is 4 that represents 40
The 4 has the greatest value. It is in the 100 billionths place.
Yes. To compare numbers, start with the highest place value digit and if they are equal compare the next place value digit (to the right) until a difference is found. For 1.07 and 1.4: the highest place value digit is the ones digit; they are both 1, so compare the next place value digit: the tenths: for 1.07 it is 0 and for 1.4 it is 4; 0 is less than 4, so 1.07 is less than 1.4
4 represents the 100s place value, so 4/100.
In 546, the digit 4 is in the tens column, so it has a value of 4 x 10, or 40.
The places are always the same no matter what the digits are. The value is obtained by multiplying the place times the digit. Starting from the right, the places in an 8-digit number are ones, tens, hundreds, thousands, ten thousands, hundred thousands, millions and ten millions.