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Q: What is the value of the digit 2 in the number 48.621?

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The digit with the second greatest value in the number is '1'. its value is second to the largest number which is 2.

The value of the digit 2 in the number 54.625 is two hundredths.

2/10

The number 10 has a roman numeral of X. The number 50 has a roman numeral of L. These are the only 2 digit numbers with a single value.

The digit 2 in the number 34.205 represents two tenths.

2000000-2

The place value of the 2 is in hundred thousands place.

Two hundred.

Thousands

two hundredths

The place value is 10 thousand

2 hundred thousand

Face value means the value of the digit in isolation.Place value means the value represented by the positionthat this digit sits within the number.If you take the number 10 for example:The first digit here "1" has a face value of 1. We just look at the digit in isolation and its face value is simply the value of the digit.However its place value is tens. That is because it sits in the place of the tens column of a number (second digit to the left of where the decimal point would go)For the number 200, the "2" has a face value of 2 and a place value of hundreds as it sits in the hundreds column of a number.

Its place value is 20 but its face value is 2

The digit 2 in the number 0.0002 represents two ten-thousandths.

In the number 7,682, the digit '2' is in the 'ones' place, so it has the value 2 x 1 = 2.

Its positional place value is 2/100 = two hundredths

The value of the digit 2 in the number 2356, is 2000.

2

1

A decimal number has a base of 10, meaning that from the least significant to the most significant digit in a number the value of the digit increases by a factor of 10. Thus the least significant digit has a value of the digit multiplied by 10 raised to power 0, the next digit to the left (the tens digit) has a value of the digit multiplied by 10 raised to power 1, and so on. If you are considering decimal numbers, then the first digit to the right of the decimal point has a place value of 10 raised to power -1, the next digit to the right has a place value of 10 raised to power -2 and so on. In decimal system (unlike the Roman Numerals) the length of the number also signifies the magnitude of the number and there is a place value for each digit (again unlike the Roman Numerals).

100

one hundred thousands

Ten.

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