The "6" is in the ones place.
No. The tens unit is independent of the ones unit
A Hundred's digit is a place in a number such as.... 1,234; The 2 is a hundreds digit becasue if any further digit places dispear it would be; 234 2: Hundreds 3. Tens 4: Ones EX: 65,342; The 3 is the hundred's digit
This would have been easier if you showed us the underlined digit but there is a 5 in the thousands place, a 2 in the hundreds place, an 8 in the tens place and a zero in the ones place, representing (respectively) five thousand, two hundred eighty.
4082 Since the tens digit is 2 times the thousand digit, it must be an even digit. So it can be 8, 6, 4, or 2. But, the thousands digit is 4 greater than the hundred digit. So that the hundred digit must be 0, the thousands digit must be 4, the hundreds digit must be 8, and the ones digit must be 2.
the 3 digits is the ones place the 5 digits is the tenths place the 9 digits is the hundredths place
The digit in the ones place is 7.
The digit 2 is in the ones place
It is the digit 7 that is in the ones or units place
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
127.869 In ones place is 7 In tenths place is 8 In tens place is 2
it is in the ones place.
The number in the units column (the ones place in your question) is 5
It is: 3
the digit in the ones place is the 3