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Q: What is the value of the digit 9 in the number 50.912?

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The "7" digit had the greatest value because it is in the UNITS column.

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well the first 9 digit number is 100 million 100,000,000 the last 9 digit number is 999 million 999,999,999 just minus the two numbers and you get... 899,999,999 so there are around 900 million 9 digit numbers.

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The value of the digit 9 in the number 987 is 900 (nine hundred).

It is what the digit is irrespective of where it appears. For example, in the number 47982, the face value of the number 9, is 9.

The value of the digit 9 in the number 3.093 is nine hundredths.

9 is in the ten thousands place, and has a value of 90,000

The "7" digit had the greatest value because it is in the UNITS column.

Nine hundredths.

The 9 in 19,241,700 is in the millionths place

The digit 9 in the number 89123 represents nine thousands.

0.9 or nine tenths

1637143983 is not prime. Its prime factorisation is: 3 × 3 × 7321 × 24847.In the case of this number and one ninth of all integers, the fact that it is composite can be quickly determined by calculating the core digit value, the sum of all digits reduced to one digit. The core digit value of this number is 9, and every single integer with this core digit value is a multiple of 9. This can only prove that a number is composite. A core digit value other than 9 does not prove that a number is prime.

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