3 is in the hundreds place
100 times greater.
The digit '3' of course !
Easy. The 6 is in the same place as the 2.
this is what i got in my stupid math book from school this is the dumbest ? ever
The value of any digit in the millions place is 1,000 times the value of the same digit in the thousands place.
A 3-digit number cannot have a decimal place.
how do you write 4 digit numbers with a 0 in ten and hundred place then use the same number to tell which number is larger
0.3 is the same as 3/10 (three tenths)so the digit in the tenths place would be 3
14.76 Since the digit in the thousandths place is less than 5, the digit in the hundredths place stays the same.
For rounding off to nearest ten, we have to consider the digit at ones place. If the digit at ones place is less than 5 then the digit at tens place remains same but the digit at ones place is written zero. Rounding off 41 to the nearest ten : 40.
No. To compare numbers start with the highest place value digit and compare the place value digits in turn, moving one place value digit to the right each time; only if all the digits are the same are the two numbers the same, The highest place value digit between 80.6 and 8.06 is the tens digit: In 80.6 the tens digit is 8, but in 8.06 there is no tens digit, so it is taken as 0. Comparing the two 8 ≠ 0, so 80.6 ≠ 8.06 (In fact 80.6 is 8.06 × 10.)
The place value of a digit is its face value multiplied by its place column value (1, 10, 100, etc). To have the same place value and face value, the place column value must be 1 - the units column (immediately before the decimal point). Thus it is the last digit of a whole number, which in this case is the '8'.