0.0001 is one ten-thousandth.
.000 .001 - one thousandth
No. Gasoline is inanimate and does not use decimals. Full Stop.
One-thousandth displayed in decimal units is 0.001, therefore one-half of one-thousandth would be 0.001 divided by 2 or 0.0005.
It is the third digit after the decimal point.
.1 tenth .01 hundredth .001 thousandth .0001 ten-thousandth .00001 hundred- thousandth .000001 millionth so on and so forth
Only in decimals. One ten thousandth = Ten hundred thousandths
0.2134 is rounded to .213 in the nearest thousandth. (.2 is the tenths place, .21 is to the hundredths place, .213 is to the thousandth place, and .2134 is to the nearest ten-thousandth place.
Thousandth. 1 2 3 4 5 . 6 7 8 ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ Thousand Hundred Ten One Tenth Hundredth Thousandth After the 8, the next places are: Ten thousandth place, hundred thousandth place, millionth place, ten millionth place, and so on....
It is then 8.663 when rounded to the thousandth place
Decimals are everywhere - money is one big place you'll find them!
0.3007, 0.3008, 0.3009
There is no rounding needed as it is in the thousandth place already.
923.477 The digit in the ten thousandth place is greater than four, so the digit in the hundredth place goes up one.
0.3009, 0.3008, 0.3007, 0.3006
2,476,500 The number 7 is in the ten thousandth place. 6 is in the thousandth place.
18.58The number after a decimal is called a tenth place, the number after that the hundredth place, thousandth place and so on. So in this problem, the number 5 will be in the tenth place, the number 8 in the hundredth place and 2 in the thousandth place.Rounding up is the same like when there are no decimals. So the nearest hundredth will be:18.582= 18.58