Place Value Study Guide for McGraw-Hill's ASVAB
Each digit in a number occupies a particular place. In the number below, the digit 4 is in the hundreds and tens place.
The value of a digit in a number is that number multiplied by its place. In the number above, 4 is in the tens place. That indicates a value of 4 × 10 = 40, or 4 tens.
- 2 (the first 2) is in the ten millions place
- 3 is in the millions place
- 4 (the first 4) is in the hundred thousands place
- 5 is in the ten thousands place
- 6 is in the thousands place
- 7 (the first 7) is in the hundreds place
- 8 is in the tens place
- 9 is in the ones place
- 2 is in the tenths place
- 4 is in the hundredths place
- 7 is in the thousandths place
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