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Its value is in the hundreds, so it is 300.

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.

3

The 3 is in the ten's place.

A 3-digit number cannot have a pace value. Only a single digit can.

3

The value of digit three in the number 37129 is hundreds place or 100.

The digit '3' of course !

The value of 3 in the number 213 is 3 since it is in the ones digit place

the 3 digits have a value of 0.03 It is in the hundredths place

place value of 3 in the digit 635 is-30(because it is located in the tens place) & the place of the same is tens

3 = ones place 6 = tenth's place 7 = onehundreth's place 5 = onethousanth's place

3. It is in the hundreds place.

the value of the underlined digit of 153 is Place of 3 = unit (1), Place of 5 = 10th and Place of 1 = 100th.

In the highest place value.

The digit '3' is in the hundredths place.

It is its positional place value within a number

Its positional place value is 3/10 = three tenths

3 is in the tens place. 6 is in the ones place.

You look at the place value.

3

hundreds

It is: 300 = three hundred

It means that depending on its position, a digit will have a "multiplier value" that will make it worth more or less. In the number "123", the place-value of the digit 3 is 1, the place-value of digit 2 is 10, and the left-most place-value - for the digit 1 - is 100. In other words, the mere fact that there are other numbers to the right of the "1" make it worth more.

The digit 3 represents three hundredths.