The value of a digit:
In 12,345 , the value of the digit 5 is 5 and the value of the digit 1 is 10,000.
In 13,563 ,the place value of the digit 3 is thousands and the place value of the digit 6 is tens.
The value of a digit is its value, as in 0-9
The place value of a digit is its value multiplied by its place (column) value which is dependant upon where it is in the number.
In the units column, the place value is 1
In the tens column, it is 10
in the hundreds column it is 100
in the tenths column it is 1/10
So in 123.4:
The digit 1 has value 1, but place value 1 x 100 = 100 (one hundred) since it is in the hundreds column
The digit 2 has value 2, but place value 2 x 10 = 20 (twenty) since it is in the tens column
The digit 3 has value 3, but place value 3 x 1 = 3 (three) since it is in the units column - in this case (only), its value and place value are the same.
The digit 4 has value 4, but place value 4 x 1/10 = 4/10 (four tenths) since it is in the tenths column.
There is no difference. In both cases, the place value, of any digit, is ten times the place value of the digit to its right.
Its place value is 20 but its face value is 2
Place value is were the number is located. Example: 210 the 1 is in the tens spot. The value of the digit is how large the number is. Example: 50 is larger than 5 There you go.
The hundreds place has a value that is 10000 times as large as te hundredths place, for the same digit.
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The difference is the PLACE VALUE is the number in standard form and the VALUE is the name of the place spot the number is in.
Face value means the value of the digit in isolation.Place value means the value represented by the positionthat this digit sits within the number.If you take the number 10 for example:The first digit here "1" has a face value of 1. We just look at the digit in isolation and its face value is simply the value of the digit.However its place value is tens. That is because it sits in the place of the tens column of a number (second digit to the left of where the decimal point would go)For the number 200, the "2" has a face value of 2 and a place value of hundreds as it sits in the hundreds column of a number.
Place value is the category the number the digit is in. For example, take 123. The 1 is worth one hundred, the 2 is worth 20 and the 3 is worth 3. Actual value is the number itself in that position. So, as an example, "What digit is in the hundreds place of the number 123?" The answer would be 1.