It is the digit of 0 that represents the hundreds place value.
The digit in the hundreds place in the number 2378.91 is the digit 3.
The digit in the hundreds place in the number 463 is the digit 4.
The third digit to the left of the decimal point is the hundreds place.
3 is in the hundreds place2 is in the tens place8 is in the ones place
sorry for too quick response - the third from the right; in this case the 3
It is 4/9
2,5 or 8
The number is three hundred eighty-two. Therefore, the 3 is in the hundreds place.
The value of digit three in the number 37129 is hundreds place or 100.
The four in the hundreds place.
In the decimal numbering system, where one hundred is written as 100, ten as 10 and one as 1, each digit sits in a place that determines its value. In the written 100, the 1 digit in in the hundreds place, so it represents a value of one hundred. and in 10 the 1 digit is in the place that represents the value ten. Each digit has a place value that relates to how far it is to the left or the right from the decimal point, (although unless there is a significance to the number after the decimal point, it is not always shown).
Presuming you meant to write the number with a comma -- 27,456 -- the digit 7 represents 7,000, and holds the "thousandths place": The digit 2 represents 20,000 The digit 7 represents 7,000 The digit 4 represents 400 The digit 5 represents 50 The digit 6 represents 6