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Q: What is the place value of the digit 6?

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The value of any digit in the millions place is 1,000 times the value of the same digit in the thousands place.

6 is in the uints' place so its value is 6

6

6*10 = 60

A single digit in a number has a place value, not a whole number.

The place value is a millionth (or 10-6)

The 6 is in the place four before the decimal point (which is "hiding" after the last digit, the ones digit, of the whole number), so it is in the thousands place; its value is 6 × 1000 = 6000 (six thousand).

The place value of the digit 6 in 0.68 is one tenth. So the 6 in 0.068 is 0.6 times the place value of the 6 in 0.68.

The value of the digit 6 in 43.16 is six-hundredths.

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The digit 6 is in the hundreds place value in the number 657.

245.17086 Digit in thousandths place is 0 Digit in ten thousandths place is 8 Digit in tenths place is 1

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