# What does the digit represent?

**digit**in a number system

**represents**an integer. For example, in decimal the

**digit**"1"

**represents**the integer one, and in the hexadecimal system, the letter "A"

**represents**the number ten.

In this regard, what is digit value?

In math, every **digit** in a number has a place **value**. Place **value** can be defined as the **value** represented by a **digit** in a number on the basis of its position in the number.

Furthermore, what does the digit 8 stand for? In positional notation each **digit** always **stand** for a unique number. In this case the **digit stands** for the number **eight**. The four **digit** representation **stands** for the number: For note that the **digit** has the value **eight**.

Regarding this, what is the digit?

**Digit**. A **digit** is a single symbol used to make numerals. 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9 are the ten **digits** we use in everyday numerals. Example: The numeral 153 is made up of 3 **digits** ("1", "5" and "3").

What is the value of 4 in 475?

In the number **475**, the digit 5 is at one's place, digit 7 is at ten's place and digit **4** is at hundred's place. So, place **value** of 5 = 5, place **value** of 7 = 7 × 10 = 70, and place **value of 4** is **4** × 100 = 400.