Q: What is the value of the numeral 3 in the number 5632?

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It is: 3/1000 = three thousandths

It is: 3000 = three thousand

A standard numeral is simply a number written in number form - 1, 2, 3, etc.

The numeral 3 is written as the word "three".

No, the sum could be a whole number. 1 and 2/3 + 3 and 1/3 = 5

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Three thousand.

It is: 3/1000 = three thousandths

It is: 3000 = three thousand

It is: 0.6 or 6/10 = 3/5 in its lowest terms

A standard numeral is simply a number written in number form - 1, 2, 3, etc.

The numeral 3 is written as the word "three".

No, the sum could be a whole number. 1 and 2/3 + 3 and 1/3 = 5

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I hope I understand your question correctly. In Roman numerals: Our letter "X" is the symbol used for the Roman number 10. Our letter "I" is the symbol used for the Roman number 1. Our letter "V" is the symbol used for the Roman number 5. To write a number in Roman numerals, you use a combination of these letters. For example: For Roman numeral 9, it would be "IX", for Roman numeral 11, it would be "XI". For Roman numeral 4, it would be "IV", and for Roman numeral 6, it would be "VI". For Roman numeral 3, it would be "III". In other words, the letter(s) before the last letter are subtracted from the last letter (unless the first value is greater than the next value), and the letters after the first letters are added to the first letter (unless the first value is NOT greater than the next value).

The number is 3 7/10 or as a decimal 3.7

The place value of the number 3 in 43 is three units.

13/3 = 4 and 1/3 as a mixed number