1000/100 = 10
2 . tenths hundredths thousandths
the second digit from the decimal point. 7 ones . decimal 5 tenths 2 hundredths 2 thousandths
1 is the units digit6 is the tenths digit5 is the hundredths digit4 is the thousandths digit
This is impossible to answer because there is no digit in the thousandths or ten thousandths place. 176.93 only goes to the hundredths place.
We will use an example to help us out, 0.345, the 3 is in the tenths digit place, the 4 is in the hundredths digit place, and the 5 is in the thousandths digit place. This would be read as three hundred forty-five thousandths.
There are 10 hundredths in a thousandths.
20 thousandths equal 2 hundredths.
It is the 8, after the decimal you start with tenths, hundredths, thousandths, so on
3.8 hundredths = 38 thousandths
500,000 thousandths in five hundred 50 thousandths in five hundredths