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Q: What is the largest digit you can write in the tens place?

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The digit 9 is the largest you can write in any place, including the tens place.

In the decimal system, the largest digit in any place is 9.

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The largest single digit in our numerical system is 9. Once you write 10, you have two digits.

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9 is in the thousands place. 4 is in the tens place.

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The digit of 115 in the tens place is the 1.

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The 9 is in the thousands place and the second 4 is in the tens place. The 6 is in the units place and the first 4 in the hundreds place.

The digit in the tens place in the number 33.55 is the first digit 3.

The tens place is represented by the digit 4.

The tens place digit (in a decimal system number) is the second digit to the left of the decimal point.

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The 1 is in the tens place.

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102, 010 2 in the thousands place is twice 1 in the tens place,

46 - (four tens is 40 and then the digit in the ones place is two more than the digit in the tens place. 4 + 2 = 6)

The largest six digit number period is 999999. The largest number meeting your criteria is 998949.

How about 89

i am a two digit # my tens digit# is 3 times my ones digit #and the sum of my digit is 12 what am i

The tens place value is the second digit to the left of the decimal point. The decimal point is always to the right of the ones digit; in a whole number, the decimal point is "hiding" (not written) after the ones digit. In 3040 the tens digit is the 4.

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