## Face Value of a Digit in a Number

The **face value** in Maths is the value of digit in a number. We know that every number has a digit . Numbers may be of single digit, two digit, three digit or more than three digits. There are innumerable numbers. Each digit has its place value as well as **face value**.

In brief-

- The face value of a digit in a number is the value of digit itself.
- This value is the same wherever it is placed in a number.

### Examples of these values

Now we shall take an example.

We have the number 4562 and we have the digits 4, 5, 6 and 2 in this number.

So we get the face value of-

- 4 is 4
- 5 is 5
- 6 is 6
- 2 is 2

More examples

- For number 42, these values of 4 and 2 are 4 and 2 respectively.
- For number 34056 the values of 3, 4, 0, 5 and 6 are 3, 4, 0, 5 and 6

### What is the Face Value of –

** 3 in 63215?**

We have an image to know better.

- In this image, there is a number that is 63215.
- Arrows in this image show face value of each digit in the number.

**8 in 35854657900?**

In this number, the face value of 8 is 8 itself. Place of digit 8 doesn’t affect the value as this value is the value of digit itself. Place value is changed according to its place in the number. You can learn how to find out place value of digit in this lesson.

Face value of 4 in 4675329 and 54 is 4.

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