(1) The value of a digit in a number is determined by its position. Each place has a value ten times that of the place to its right and one-tenth the value of the place to its left.
The relative worth of each digit in a number as determined by its position or place. Each place has a value ten times that of the place to its right and one-tenth of the value of the place to its left.
the value of a digit that relates to its position or place in a number, e.g. in 1481 the digits represent thousands, hundreds, tens and units respectively. The value of the 1 on the left is one thousand while the value of the 1 on the right is one.
The place value of a digit in a decimal number is the name of the place or location of that digit in the decimal number.
The value of a digit as determined by its position in a number (e.g., in the number "11" the one is worth either 10 or 1, depending on the position).
The value associated with the location of a digit in a decimal number.
Every place in a numeral has a value. The value of each digit depends on its place in the numeral. In the decimal number system each place in a numeral is ten times the value of the place to the right. The first place on the right has the value of one, in the 'ones' position. The next place value to the left is 10, in the 'tens' position. The next place value is 10 X 10, or the 'hundreds' position. Working to the left the next position is thousands, then ten thousands, then hundred thousands, then millions, and so on.
the position of a single digit in a whole number or decimal number containing one or more digits.
The value given a digit by the position of a digit in the number.
As used in the Early Childhood Longitudinal Study, Kindergarten Class of 1998 (ECLSâ€“K), this mathematics skill involves demonstrating an understanding of place value in integers to the hundreds place.
Where a single number is placed in a larger figure tells you it's value: whether that number stands for the number of tens, hundreds, thousands, etc. So, in the number 3,245,093.2... Millions Hundred thousands Ten thousands Thou- sands Hundreds Tens Ones You can see there are 3 millions, 2 hundred thousands, and so on. The 5 is in the thousands place.