The digit in the thousandths place of that number is the zero to the right of the decimal point.
After the decimal it goes tenths hundreths thousandths so the number in the thousandths is 5.
In a number such as 1.53376, the third digit after the decimal point represents three thousandths, and the fourth digit to the right of the decimal point represents seven ten-thousandths.
The third digit to the right of decimal point is in the thousandths place.
The decimal point of a number separates the whole part of the number from the fractional part of the number. It is located between the units column and the tenths column of every number. A decimal place is one of the digits after the decimal point: The first decimal place is the first digit, which is the tenths digit The second decimal place is the second digit, which is the hundredths digit The third decimal place is the third digit, which is the thousandths digit etc. When showing or rounding to a number of decimal places there will be that number of digits after the decimal place. eg the number 5.671 has three decimal places as there are three digits after the decimal point and the second decimal place, for example, contains the digit 7.
The digit in the thousandths place of the number 5.6789 is the 8.
The digit in the ten thousandths place is the 1.
It is the third digit after (to the right of) the decimal point.
The thousandths place digit is the third digit to the right of the decimal point.Look at the digit to the right of that one (the ten thousandths place).If that digit is 0-4, then the thousandths digit doesn't change.If that digit is 5-9, then add 1 to the thousandths place digit and carry over the rest of the addition if the thousandths digit is a 9.Truncate at the thousandths place (discard all digits to the right of it)
It is the third digit to the right of the decimal point.
The fourth digit to the right of the decimal is the ten-thousandths place.
0 in the thousands, 9 in the thousandths.
245.17086 Digit in thousandths place is 0 Digit in ten thousandths place is 8 Digit in tenths place is 1
The tens place digit (in a decimal system number) is the second digit to the left of the decimal point.
The fourth from the right.
The last zero in the number is insignificant.
A decimal number is simply a way of representing a number in such a way that the place value of each digit is ten times that of the digit to its right. So from left to right, some of the decimal pace values are:... hundreds tens units . . . . . . . decimal point tenths hundredths thousandths and so on.
The thousandths place is the third digit to the right of the decimal point.
the second digit from the decimal point. 7 ones . decimal 5 tenths 2 hundredths 2 thousandths
The third decimal place in this example is occupied by the number one: 00.001 (the one is in the thousandths place)