Q: What is the place value of the one in 14.371?

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The place value of 1 is one tenth.

The place value of .000001 is one millionth

Its positional place value is 100,000 = one hundred thousand

Its value is one hundredth.

Digits in a Place ValueOnly one digit can be written in a place value.

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The place value of a decimetre is a unit. The place value of one of any measurement unit is one - by definition!

The place value of 1 is one tenth.

The place value of .000001 is one millionth

A number such as the one you wrote doesn't have a "place-value"; the concept of "place-value" applies to each of the digits. The right-most digit has a place-value of 1, the second digit (from the right) has a place-value of 10, the third one has a place-value of 100 (10 squared), the next one has a place-value of 1000 (10 cubed), etc.

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Place value of 4 is 1 (one) Place value of 6 is 10 (ten) Place value of 7 is 100 (hundred) Place value of 3 is 1000 (thousand) Place value of 9 is 10000 (ten thousand)

Its positional place value is 21/100 = twenty one hundredths

Its positional place value is 100,000 = one hundred thousand

Its value is one hundredth.

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Digits in a Place ValueOnly one digit can be written in a place value.

one is 40 and the other one is 4