Place value and face value are always equal at which place? (1) Hundreds (2) Ones (3) Thousands (4) Tens

Answer: (2)

Place value in Maths – Place value is defined as the digit multiplied wherever it is placed, either by hundreds or thousands.

Face value – Face value is simply defined as the digit itself within a number.

Example: Find the place value and face value of 5 in 350.

Place value – 50 (i.e 5 × 10 = 50)

Face value = 5.

The face value and place value are equal if both are at one’s digit place.

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