# Place Value Chart

In these lessons, we will look at place values for whole numbers and place values for decimal numbers.

In this lesson, we will learn

• place value chart for whole numbers
• place value chart for decimals
Related Topics: More Numbers Lessons

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### Place Value Chart for Whole Numbers

Each digit in a whole number has a place value, based on its position from the right, as seen in the following place value chart.

 Place Value Millions Hundred Thousands Ten Thousands Thousands Hundreds Tens Units/ Ones

The value of a digit in the number is the digit multiplied by the place value.

Example :

 Number Place Value (of the green digit) Value of digit 1,23 4 Units / Ones 4 1,2 34 Tens 30 1, 234 Hundreds 200 1 ,234 Thousands 1,000 7,8 91,234 Ten thousands 90,000 567, 891,234 Hundred thousands 800,000 56 7,891,234 Millions 7,000,000 5 67,891,234 Ten millions 60,000,000

Place values for whole numbers
Place value to 100 Place Value to 100 000

### Place Value Chart for Decimals

For decimals, the place value chart will include the decimal point and the positions after the decimal point as illustrated in the following example.

Remember that the place values after the decimal point starts with tenths.

Decimal place value to thousandths

How to determine the place value of the digits in a decimal and how to read decimals?
Example:
How to read each decimal in word
1) 0.6
2) 0.05
3) 3.8
4) 15.001

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