it affects because when you multiply you have to move the decimals to the left or right.......(helpful info)
powers of 10 example 10,100,1000
technically you don't line up the ones. you line up the decimals. you do this because it is necessary to compare place value to place value in order to order.
It is: 0.8 or 8/10
what is the place value of 198,752 underline digit is 9
you can line up the decimals
A single digit in a number can have a place value. A number with several digits cannot.
What does it mean to talk about place
place value :)
Place Value Charts help you because they put the decimal in the right place.
To multiply two digit numbers, multiply each place value of a factor by each place value digit and add the results.
because if you don't know the place value you might have trouble answering the question and you might get it wrong .
They are decimals that have equal value.
For terminating decimals, yes - the place value of the digit farthest to the right (furthest after the decimal point) is the denominator. Don't forget to simplify the fraction (if possible).