Q: What digit is in the hundredths column of 7.497?

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the 7

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It is the 4.

It is a decimal number. 0.67 shows a 6 in the tenths column, and 7 in the hundredths column. The next one beyond it the thousandths column.

As the digits are moved left, the digit in the tenths column goes into the units column, the digit in the hundredths column goes into the tenths column, etc; each digit is ten times its previous value, thus moving the digits to the left multiplies the number by 10. Similarly moving the digits to the right: the digit in the units column goes into the tenths column, the digit in the tenths column goes into the hundredths column, etc; each digit is a tenth of its previous value, thus moving the digits to the right divides the number by 10.

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The digit 6 is in the hundredths column

It is the digit 2 which means two hundredths

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the 7

8

It is the 4.

It is: 0.02

1569 Does NOT have a hundredths column. NB However '1' is in the 'thousands' column '5' is in the 'hundreds' column (NB Note the spelling) '6' is in the 'tens' column '9' is on the 'units' column. When 'th' is used in the name it refers to the decimal position. In '1569' there is no decimal position.

The second column after the decimal point (which contains the 2) in the hundredths column → the 2 is two hundredths.

The 1 is in the units column and is one. The 6 is in the tenths column and is six tenths. The 3 is in the hundredths column and is three hundredths. The 9 is in the thousandths column and is nine thousandths.

It is a decimal number. 0.67 shows a 6 in the tenths column, and 7 in the hundredths column. The next one beyond it the thousandths column.