In this 11-plus Maths quiz you are going to get some practice in dealing with decimal place values: we shall not go beyond four decimal places. Give it your best shot and see if you can get full marks.
Use this information to help you find a digit's place value. Reading the number immediately after the decimal point from left to right: the first digit is in the tenths' place; the second digit is in the hundredths' place; the third digit is in the thousandths' place; the fourth digit is in the ten thousandths' place.
For example, in 0.8365 the 0 is in the units' place; the 8 is in the tenths' place; the 3 is in the hundredths' place; the 6 is in the thousandths' place; the 5 is in the ten thousandths' place.
Some of the numbers in the following ten questions are long, so take your time and don't rush.
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