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Q: How many times greater is the value of the digit in the hundreds place than the value of the digit in the hundredths place?

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Yes, as that the hundredths place on the first digit is greater than the one on the second digit

0(zero), there is no number in the hundreds place, 7 is in the hundredths place however.

The digit in the hundredths place in the number 5.432 is the digit 3.

The digit 4 is in the hundredths place.

The digit '4' is in the hundredths place.

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Yes, as that the hundredths place on the first digit is greater than the one on the second digit

100.01

The hundredths place is not shown in your example. However, the hundreds place would be the digit 7

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The hundreds place has a value that is 10000 times as large as te hundredths place, for the same digit.

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0(zero), there is no number in the hundreds place, 7 is in the hundredths place however.

The digit in the hundredths place in the number 5.432 is the digit 3.

138.17 the hundredths place is second number after the decimal. Look at 3rd number after decimal and if 5 or greater round up the hundredths number to next greater digit; if less than 5 round down a digit.

The hundreds column is the one three left of the decimal point. There is no digit in the hundreds column, so its value is zero (0). -------------------------------------------------- If you meant the hundredTHs place, then the hundredths place is the column two right of the decimal point. This is occupied by the first 3, so its value is three hundredths (3/100 or 0.03).

The digit in the hundredths place of the number 38.62 is 2.

The digit in the hundredths place in the number 412.78 is the 8.

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