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In mathematics, tens and units refer to the place value of a digit in a number. The tens place represents the second digit from the right in a number, while the units place represents the first digit from the right.

For example, in the number 45, the digit 4 is in the tens place and represents 4 tens, while the digit 5 is in the units place and represents 5 units.

Another example is the number 73, where the digit 7 is in the tens place and represents 7 tens, while the digit 3 is in the units place and represents 3 units.

For example, in the number 45, the digit 4 is in the tens place and represents 4 tens, while the digit 5 is in the units place and represents 5 units.

Another example is the number 73, where the digit 7 is in the tens place and represents 7 tens, while the digit 3 is in the units place and represents 3 units.

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Oct 8

In mathematics, tens and units refer to the place values within a number system, specifically the decimal system.

- The tens place is the second digit from the right in a number.

- A number in the tens place represents a quantity that is ten times greater than its value in the units place.

- The units place is the rightmost digit in a number.

- A number in the units place represents a quantity that is the smallest place value.

- The digit 4 is in the tens place, representing 40.

- The digit 5 is in the units place, representing 5.

- The digit 1 is in the hundreds place, representing 100.

- The digit 2 is in the tens place, representing 20.

- The digit 3 is in the units place, representing 3.

- The tens and units place values can be used together to represent numbers larger than 9.

- Numbers in the tens and units place can be added, subtracted, multiplied, and divided like any other numbers.