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Q: What place value would you use to compare the numbers 61.02 and 61.12?

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It is in the tens place, so the value would be 20.

The place value of 8 in 48 would be the ones place. The 4 in this case would be considered the tens place.

You can write that as 1 teaspoon, or 1.0 teaspoon.

It is the place in which the number (#) is in.

Its impossible if they are both absolute value with different signs. If they have different signs one would be absolute value and one would be negative value.

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Tenths.

Moving the place of a digit ups its value by a factor of ten. For example, in the number 123, the 2 has a value of 20 since it is in the tens place. However, if the number was 213, the two would have a value of two hundred, since it is now in the hundreds place.

You use place value for all decimal numbers that contain fractional parts. You also use place value for all decimal integers other than those containing only one-digit.

To order numbers, starting with the highest place value column (used anywhere on the numbers) compare the digits, moving right a place value column until either all digits have been considered (and if they are all the same then the numbers are equal) or one digit is higher than the other (meaning the number containing that digit is greater than the other). If a place value column is empty (in a number), its digit value is 0. With negative numbers the ordering is reversed; that is the negative number with the higher absolute value is the lower number. eg consider -10 and -15: the absolute value of -10 is 10, the absolute value of -15 is 15, 15 is greater than 10, therefore -15 is less than -10. But all negative numbers are less than 0. So when there is a mixture of positive and negative numbers, order each separately and then all the negative numbers are less than all the positive numbers. Example what is 0.5, 10, -4, -2 in order from least to greatest? Answer: -4, -2, 0.5, 10 From greatest to least the order would be: 10, 0.5, -2, -4.

The value of 8 in 105428 is just 8, because it inhabits the 'ones' place of the number. The value of the 2 on the other hand would be 20; the value of the 4, 400; 5, 5000, and so on.

It is in the tens place, so the value would be 20.

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The place value of 8 in 48 would be the ones place. The 4 in this case would be considered the tens place.

the range is the maximum value less the minimum value of a set of numbers in the set [4,4,5,5,5,5,6,6,7,8] the maximum value would be 8 and the minimum value would be 4 so the range would be equivalent to 8-4 which is equivalent to 4

20,000 --------------------------------- You need to specify a value such as ones, tens, hundreds, thousands, or ten-thousands. To get the greatest value by rounding you would do all of these, compare them and pick the greatest. 22,000 is greater than 20,000 and you get this by rounding to the thousands place.

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Whole numbers means there is no numerical value behind the decimal place. Therefore the next whole number would be 24.