No there is not a ones place in a decimal. It's tenths, hundredths, thousandths, ten thousandths, etc.
convert9 thousandths, 5 hundredths, 8 ones, 6ten-thousandths, 4 tenths in decimal
No. It separates the ones place from the tenths place.Examples5.89 The decimal is between the 5 in the ones place and the 8 in the tenths place.43.26 The decimal is between the 3 in the ones place and the 2 in the tenths place.147.902 The decimal is between the 7 in the ones place and the 9 in the tenths place.
the second digit from the decimal point. 7 ones . decimal 5 tenths 2 hundredths 2 thousandths
The ones in the percent would be in the hundredths place. The bold number is the ones place. 98%. Before the hundredths place are the tenths place and the ones. The decimal is 0.98 or .98.
Hundreds tens ones decimal point tenths hundredths thousandths564.000Therefore there are no hundredths in the question above.
The 9 is in the tenths column. Remember it's Hundreds, Tens, Ones, decimal, Tenths, Hundredths, Thousandths.
20 tenths; 2 ones.
Since it is a decimal, the 9 stands for tenths, the 5 stands for hundredths, and the 4 stands for ones. Going to the right -> behind the decimal point is tenths, hundredths, thousandths, and so one (there is no such thing as ones here). Going to the left <- in front of the decimal point is where ones, tens, hundreds, thousands, and so on begins.