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Q: Is the value of a digit based on its position in a number?

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It determines how much that digit is worth. See this article on place value. http://www.aaamath.com/plc.htm

4 occupies the UNIT position and the value is four.

4 is in the MILLIONTH position so its value is four million

The highest place value in a decimal number is the left most digit, also the first digit.

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

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The PLACE VALUE.

It is its face value, which is the place value times the value of the digit.

Place value

645 is a 3-digit number. A single digit in a number can have a place value. A number with several digits cannot.

The value of the position of a digit in a number.

Because each position has an intrinsic value. In the number "111", the right-most "1" has a value of 1, the second digit from the right has a value of 10, the third digit from the right has a value of 100. The "place" of a digit defines its value.Because each position has an intrinsic value. In the number "111", the right-most "1" has a value of 1, the second digit from the right has a value of 10, the third digit from the right has a value of 100. The "place" of a digit defines its value.Because each position has an intrinsic value. In the number "111", the right-most "1" has a value of 1, the second digit from the right has a value of 10, the third digit from the right has a value of 100. The "place" of a digit defines its value.Because each position has an intrinsic value. In the number "111", the right-most "1" has a value of 1, the second digit from the right has a value of 10, the third digit from the right has a value of 100. The "place" of a digit defines its value.

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It is its place value.

A place value chart is used to help understand the value of each digit based on the place or position.

It is a system based on the place value.

The value of a digit in a number is the face value of the digit multiplied by its place value. In the decimal system, the value of the digit immediately to the left of the decimal point is units so that its numeric value is the face value of that digit. The place value of any other digits is ten times the place value of the digit to its right - or one tenth of the digit to its left.In the binary system, the place value goes up in multiples of 2, in the octal system in powers of 8 and in hexadecimal in 16s. There are also number systems based on other bases.

Yes, that is correct.

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