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# Why numbers system is call place value?

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Because each position has an intrinsic value. In the number "111", the right-most "1" has a value of 1, the second digit from the right has a value of 10, the third digit from the right has a value of 100. The "place" of a digit defines its value.

Because each position has an intrinsic value. In the number "111", the right-most "1" has a value of 1, the second digit from the right has a value of 10, the third digit from the right has a value of 100. The "place" of a digit defines its value.

Because each position has an intrinsic value. In the number "111", the right-most "1" has a value of 1, the second digit from the right has a value of 10, the third digit from the right has a value of 100. The "place" of a digit defines its value.

Because each position has an intrinsic value. In the number "111", the right-most "1" has a value of 1, the second digit from the right has a value of 10, the third digit from the right has a value of 100. The "place" of a digit defines its value.

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2010-01-13 22:17:14

Because each position has an intrinsic value. In the number "111", the right-most "1" has a value of 1, the second digit from the right has a value of 10, the third digit from the right has a value of 100. The "place" of a digit defines its value.

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