**> Decimal Place Value - Tenths, Hundredths and**

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**Decimals Place Value - Tenths, Hundredths and**

Thousandths.

Thousandths.

**Example: The number 0.256**

The first digit after (to the right) the decimal

point is called the tenths place value. There are

two tenths in the number 0.256

The second digit tells you how many hundredths

there are in the number. The number 0.256 has

five hundredths.

The thirds digit tells you how many thousandths

there are in the number. The number 0.256 has

six thousandths.