# What is the value of a digit in math?

**number**system, the

**value of a digit**depends on its place, or position, in the

**number**. Each place has a

**value**of 10 times the place to its right. A

**number**in standard form is separated into groups of three

**digits**using commas. Each of these groups is called a period.

Also to know is, what is a value of a digit?

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**. Here's an example showing the relationship between the place or position and the place **value** of the **digits** in a **number**.

Beside above, what is the value of digit 4? 632,814- The **value** of the **digit 4** is **4** ones, or **4**.

Secondly, what is the value of the digit 5?

In the number 1,456, the **digit** 1 is in the thousands place. The **digit** 4 is in the hundreds place. The **digit 5** is in the tens place, and the **digit** 6 is in the ones place. As you see above, you can tell a **digit's value** by looking at its position.

What is the place value of 6 in 64?

Each digit has a **value** depending on its **place** called the **place value** of the digit. **Place value** of a digit = (face **value** of the digit) × (**value** of the **place**). Hence, the **place value of 6 in 64** = **6** x 10 = 60.