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n the number 3,333.333, how does the 3 in the tenths place compare to the 3 in the place to its right? The 3 in the tenths place represents of what the 3 to its right represents. The 3 in the tenths place represents 10 times what the 3 to its right represents. The 3 in the tenths place represents of what the 3 to its right represents. The 3 in the tenths place represents 100 times what the 3 to its right represents.

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