Q: What is the hundredths column of 8.647?

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'9' is in the 'hundredths' column. NB 38.29 '3' is in the Tens Column '8' is in the Units column '2' is in the Tenths column '9' is in the Hundredths column NB THe next decimal digit would be in the Thousandths column. NNB Note the use of the suffix '--ths'. for decimal numbers.

The 4 in 8.145657 is in the second column after the decimal point, so it is in the hundredths column, thus it is four hundredths.

The 8 is in the hundredths column so it is eight hundredths.

It is the 4.

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The digit 6 is in the hundredths column

7.846 Hundredths column is '4' NB Tenths columns is '8' Thousandths column is '6' The units column is '7'

It is equal because one column in a hundredths grid has 10 hundredths in i and one column in a tenths grid has 1 tenth.You can tell that they are both equal by looking a both at them.10 hundredths = 1 tenth.

It is in the place value column that is two after the decimal point; this column is the hundredths column, thus the 5 is five hundredths.

10.62 The nearest hundredths is '2'. Remember in decimals, each column has a name. In the case of 10.62 '1' is in the TENS column '0' is in the UNITS column Decimal point '6' is in the TENTHS column '2' is in the HUNDREDTHS column NB THe next number to the right would be in the 'THOUSANDTHS column

1569 Does NOT have a hundredths column. NB However '1' is in the 'thousands' column '5' is in the 'hundreds' column (NB Note the spelling) '6' is in the 'tens' column '9' is on the 'units' column. When 'th' is used in the name it refers to the decimal position. In '1569' there is no decimal position.

It is the digit 2 which means two hundredths

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'9' is in the 'hundredths' column. NB 38.29 '3' is in the Tens Column '8' is in the Units column '2' is in the Tenths column '9' is in the Hundredths column NB THe next decimal digit would be in the Thousandths column. NNB Note the use of the suffix '--ths'. for decimal numbers.

It is 1.

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the "2"