43.567 the place value of 7 is thousandths
The digit 7 is in the tenths place, therefore its value is 7/10 (or seven tenths).
The place value of the 7 in 9.64372 is 10 thousandths.
Since the digit 7 does not appear anywhere in the number 12, its place value does not exist.
Its positional place value is seven ones or units = 7
seven thousandths or 7/1000
3 = ones place 6 = tenth's place 7 = onehundreth's place 5 = onethousanth's place
127.869 In ones place is 7 In tenths place is 8 In tens place is 2
Ten million is 1 with 7 zeros.Therefore value of the digit in the ten millions place of this number is 5.
write the place and the value of the digit 7 in each number.1) 28.467.089. 2) 348.92971, 3) 0.7, 4) 4.00712
It stands for (7) x (the place value of the place in which it's placed in the number).
Number 7 has only one digit so it has only place value also.
7 seven hundredths
7 is in the "one millionths" place, so the value of the 7 is:7 one millionths or 7 / 1,000,000
the 7 is in the hundred thousands place...
The tenths value is always behind the decimal from the right. So: 86.743, the tenths place is 7.
The hundreds digit is 2; the tens digit is 5; the ones digit is 8; the tenths digit is 1; the hundredths digit is 7; the thousandths digit is 6.
The value of the ones digit in 27 is 7.
The positional place values of digits in negative numbers are in ascending order from least to greatest as for example in the number -987 the least value digit is 9 and the greatest value digit is 7 because -900 < -80 < -7 The positional place values of digits in positive numbers are in descending order from greatest to least as for example in the number 987 the least value digit is 7 and the greatest value digit is 9 because 900 > 80 > 7
The value of 470 is still 470, no matter what other marks show up around it. The value of the digit ' 7 ' in 470 is 70 .