Q: What digit in the ten thousands place is the sum of the digits in 150?

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15

That would be 6.

111

150,000,000 A decimal form simply means that the place value of each digit is ten times that of the digit to its right.

I love these: T = tens place or first digit. U = ones place, units place, or second digit. 10T+U is the first number T+U=15 = T=15-U 10U+T is the number with the digits switched. 10U+T=10T+U+9 10U+15-U=10(15-U)+U+9 9U+15=150-10U+U+9 9U+15=159-9U 18U=144 U=8 T=15-8 T=7

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15

That would be 6.

No factor of 9 has three digits. 450 is a three-digit multiple of 150 (and of 9) with a digit sum of 9.

450 or 900

The number whose farthest right significant digit determines it. Whatever place that digit is in is the last significant digit in the sum. For example: 433 + 150 + 3.67 + 8000 = 8586.67, but in sig figs this is only 9000, as the thousands digit is the lowest digit that can be represented.

150

111

150 thousands = 150,000

150 thousand thousands.

150,000,000 A decimal form simply means that the place value of each digit is ten times that of the digit to its right.

I love these: T = tens place or first digit. U = ones place, units place, or second digit. 10T+U is the first number T+U=15 = T=15-U 10U+T is the number with the digits switched. 10U+T=10T+U+9 10U+15-U=10(15-U)+U+9 9U+15=150-10U+U+9 9U+15=159-9U 18U=144 U=8 T=15-8 T=7