Welcome to the second of our Medium level ElevenPlus maths quizzes on Place Value. Like the first, this quiz gives you the chance to test your knowledge of place values in fourdigit decimal numbers.
Unlike in whole numbers, the values are worked out by reading from right to left. But ONLY digits AFTER the decimal point are counted.
Here are the place values for decimal numbers:There are no Units after a decimal point – remember this and you should manage to answer all the questions in this quiz correctly. Let’s see if you can – good luck!














Reading from left to right immediately after the decimal point: 8 is in the tenths' place

Reading from left to right immediately after the decimal point: 2 is in the hundredths' place


Reading from left to right immediately after the decimal point: 3 is in the ten thousandths' place

Reading from left to right immediately after the decimal point: 4 is in the thousandths' place


Reading from left to right immediately after the decimal point: 9 is in the hundredths' place

Reading from left to right immediately after the decimal point: 0 is in the thousandths' place


Reading from left to right immediately after the decimal point: 5 is in the thousandths' place

Reading from left to right immediately after the decimal point: 7 is in the tenths' place


Reading from left to right immediately after the decimal point: 5 is in the hundredths' place

Reading from left to right immediately after the decimal point: 9 is in the ten thousandths' place
