Example:5.09=== 9 is in hundredth's place.01
The second to the right of the decimal point.
The second place to the right of the decimal.
In 0.30 the hundredth place is the zero directly to the right of the three, in this case. The hundredth place is always two place to the right of the decimal point.
The hundredths place is the second to the right of the decimal point.
Hundredth is second place to right of decimal point, so the answer = 3.14
One hundredth is a decimal place. for example, 0.01 is one hundredth. If you notice 0.01 backwards is 10.0 and if you take away the decimal place you get 100, that is how I remember it.
In the number 123.456, the digit 5 is in the hundredth place. The hundredth place is two digits to the right of a decimal point.
Underline the hundredth or second place past the decimal. Look at the third place past the decimal, the thousandths place. If it is 5 or more then rewrite the number changing the underlined number to the next number.
one hundredth (1/100) is 0.01 (2nd place after the decimal point), so 1.8 rounded to hundredth would be: 1.80