**Category : **2nd Class

Let's understand it through an example:

Here, we have a number then is the digit at ten's place.

Similarly in, the digit is at ten's place.

Thus it is clear from the above mentioned examples that in any number the 2nd digit from the right hand side is the digit at ten's place.

**Hence,**

In is the digit at ten's place.

In is the digit at ten's place.

In is the digit at ten's place.

and the rule goes same for any number which has two or more digits.

**See the following:**

has tens.

has tens.

has tens.

**Note:** It is important to remember that to determine tens in a number, the number must have at least digits.

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