**Category : **2nd Class

To understand it let's see an example given below:

Here, we have a number, thenis the digit at one's place.

**Take another example:**

If we have a number, thenis the digit at one's place. Thus it is clear from the above mentioned examples that in any number thedigit from right hand side is the digit at one's place.

**Hence,**

In is at the place of ones.

In is at the place of ones.

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