In the decimal place value system, each digit is ten times bigger than the digit on its right
The digit of 0 represents the hundreds place
The numbers between 4,000 and 10,000 _ _ _ _ 1st place only can filled by 4, 5, and 6 2nd place only can filled by the other 4 digit 3rd place only can filled by the other 3 digit 4th place only can filled by the other 2 digit So: 3 x 4 x 3 x 2 = 72 numbers The numbers greater than 10,000 5 x 4 x 3 x 2 x 1 = 120 numbers The total is 72 + 120 = 192 numbers can formed.
It is its face value, which is the place value times the value of the digit.
number 8 (without decimals, the second number from the end is always in the ten's place)
Method 1: four digit number start after 999 and end at 9999so 4 digit no. = 9999-999 = 9000method 2: - - - - there are four places in 4 digit no. In first place only 1-9 can come , for rest 0-10so total no. = 9*10*10*10=9000* * * * *Wrong!Those are the number of PERMUTATIONS, not combinations. In a combination, the order of digits does not matter. So 1234 is the same as 1342 or 4213 etc.
None, the digits are the same.
If x - y > 0, then x is greater than y.The greater positive number is the one further from zero.Which number is greater can be worked out on a digit by digit basis:To compare numbers starting with the highest place value column compare the digits, moving right a place value column until either all digits have been considered or one digit is higher than the other - the number with the higher digit is the greater number. (If a place value column is empty, its digit value is 0).
In the decimal system, 10 times.
I'm greater than one million but less than ten million im an even number none of my digits are less than three no digit is used more than once the sum of the digits in the ones period is twelve the digit in the ten thousands place is equal to the sum of the digits in the tens an hundreds places the digit in the millions place is two more than the digit in the thousands place the digit in the hundred thousands place is twice the digit in the tens place what is the mystery number?
For now, I'll assume for simplicity that the numbers are positive. The number with the greatest amount of integer digits (before the decimal point, if any) is larger. If both numbers have the same number of integer digits, compare each digit in turn until you find one digit that is different. The number with the largest digit in this place is larger. Examples: 1234 is greater than 430, because it has more digits. 125 is greater than 117, because in the first digit they differ (second position from left), it has the greater digit. 0.007 is greater than 0.0009, because in the third digit to the right of the decimal point (the first digit where they differ), it has the greater digit (7 is greater than 0).
yes The way to know is by comparing the numbers' most significant digits, which are the nonzero digits that are farthest to the left with respect to the decimal point. A number is greater if its most significant digit is farther left from the decimal point or closer to the right side of the decimal point. For example, 123.1 is greater than 45.99 because 123.1 has its most significant digit in the hundreds place, the 3rd place left of the decimal point, while the most significant digit of 45.99 is in the tens place. Also, 0.01 is greater than 0.00499 because the most significant digit of 0.01 is closer to the right side of the decimal point (in the hundredths place). In cases like these where the two numbers have their most significant digits in different places, the values of the digits don't matter; the one with the most significant digit farther to the left is always greater. In cases like the posted question, where the most significant digits are in the same place (in this case, the tenths place), the number whose most significant digit has the greater value is the greater number. It doesn't matter how many other digits are to the right of the most significant digit. For example, 0.23 is greater than 0.198574659, because 2 is greater than 1.
Any number that has 4 or 5 digits. A digit in a number is one number place. 1 has 1 digit, 11 has 2 digits, 111 has 3 digits, and so on.
645 is a 3-digit number. A single digit in a number can have a place value. A number with several digits cannot.
No. A number with multiple digits does not have a place value. A single digit in a multi-digit number has a place value.
To compare two decimals, start by comparing the digits with the highest place-value. In this case, the first digit after the decimal point. Whichever is greater, belongs to the greater number. If these digits are equal (for example, when you compare 0.15 and 0.173), compare the second digit - and continue until you find a difference.
A single digit in a number can have a place value. A number with several digits cannot.