# How do you find the place value of a decimal?

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Place Value Example #1,342,365.1427

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To find the place value of a decimal, you identify the position of each digit in relation to the decimal point. The digit to the left of the decimal point represents the ones place, followed by the tenths, hundredths, thousandths, and so on as you move to the right. Each place value is ten times smaller than the previous one. For example, in the decimal 0.367, the 3 is in the tenths place, the 6 is in the hundredths place, and the 7 is in the thousandths place.

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