Eight and fourteen ten-thousandths.
Eight and Five Thousandths. I may not be right.
Eight and five thousandths.
The digit in the thousandths place of that number is the zero to the right of the decimal point.
Two and seven hundred seventy-eight thousandths.
The fourth from the right.
The seven in this number is in the hundredths place. From left to right, you'll have to memorize: tenths, hundredths, thousandths, ten-thousandths, hundred-thousandths, etc.
Eight hundred and thirty four thousandths = 0.834To convert this number to standard form we move the decimal point one place to the right. Because we have moved it by one place to the right we have to multiply by 10 to the power of minus 1.= 8.34 x 10-1
3.040, any amount of 0s can be added it doesn't matter because the number after the decimal is the tenths place and to the right is the hundredths, and to the right again is the thousandths place.
If you round a number to the nearest thousandths, it will have three decimal places. In 22.98553, the number right after the thousandths place is 5, so the thousandths place rounds up to 6. So, the answer is 22.986.The first number to the right of the decimal (in this case, 9), is the tenths place, then the hundredths, then the thousandths, and so on.When rounding numbers, if the first number to the right of the place you want is greater than or equal to 5, add one to the place you want and make everything to the right zero; if it's less than five, don't change it, and change everything to the right to zero.
To designate thousandths in 3.61, add a zero to the right of the number. 3.610 and it is read as 3 and 610 thousandths.