Look at the digit in ten-thousandths place. If it is five or greater, round the digit in thousandths place to the next higher digit. If the digit in ten-thousandths place is less than five, leave the digit in thousandths place as it is. 9.1132 rounded to the nearest thousandths is 9.113.
It is the digit 1 that occupies the ten thousandths place
The digit in the ten thousandths place is the 1.
The thousandths place digit is the third digit to the right of the decimal point.Look at the digit to the right of that one (the ten thousandths place).If that digit is 0-4, then the thousandths digit doesn't change.If that digit is 5-9, then add 1 to the thousandths place digit and carry over the rest of the addition if the thousandths digit is a 9.Truncate at the thousandths place (discard all digits to the right of it)
245.17086 Digit in thousandths place is 0 Digit in ten thousandths place is 8 Digit in tenths place is 1
5 is in the thousandths place; there is no digit in the thousands place.
We will use an example to help us out, 0.345, the 3 is in the tenths digit place, the 4 is in the hundredths digit place, and the 5 is in the thousandths digit place. This would be read as three hundred forty-five thousandths.