# Understand Place Value in Numbers with Three Decimal Places

In this worksheet, students will state the value of a digit in numbers with three decimal places.

Key stage:  KS 3

Curriculum topic:   Number

Curriculum subtopic:   Use Place Value for All Numbers

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#### Worksheet Overview

This activity is about place value.

In particular, we are looking at the numbers after the decimal point, called the decimal places.

This table might help you to understand the value of each of the digits after the decimal point.

Example:

In the number 4.297

The digit 4 represents four ones, or just four.

The digit 2 represents two tenths.

The digit 9 represents nine hundredths.

The digit 7 represents seven thousandths.

Let's have a go at some questions now.

You can check back to this place value table at any point by clicking on the red button.

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