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Knowing place value and reading and writing whole


numbers are important to understand the lessons that
will follow. Study them well; It will pay off!
When reading whole numbers, always read the numeral
first, and then the group name from left to right.
Therefore, we read 246,000 as
(two hundred) thousand + (forty) thousand + (six)
thousand
( two hundred forty six) thousand = 246 thousand.

a) 80 874

Read and written as eighty thousand, eight

hundred seventy-four

80 874 the place value is ten thousands


and the value is 80,000 (8 x 10,000 = 80,000)
80 874 the place value is hundreds
and the value is 800 (8 X 100 = 800)
100 times (80000800 = 100)

b) 95, 069

Read and written as ninety-five thousand,

sixty-nine

95, 069 the place value is ten thousands


and the value is 90,000 (9 x 10,000 = 90,000)
95, 069 the place value is ones
and the value is 9 (9 X 1 = 9)
10, 000 times (900009 = 10, 000)

Work on Part I, letter A, c to j


on your paper.
Follow this format.
C. 413 406 d. 620 623 e. 708 215 937 f. 37 075
g. 105 813
h. 540 847 i. 7 984 071 j. 5 096 514 873

Read/
Written as

PLACE VALUE

VALUE

How many
times

Answer Key:
C) 413, 406 = four hundred thirteen
thousand, four hundred six
1. 4 = hundred thousands
4 x 100,000 = 400,000
2. 4 = hundreds
4 x 100 = 400
400,000 400 = 1,000 times

Answer Key:

d) 620, 623 = six hundred twenty


thousand, six hundred twenty-three
1. 6 = hundred thousands
6 x 100,000 = 600,000
2. 6 = hundreds
6 x 100 = 600
600,000 600 = 1,000 times

Answer Key:
e) 708, 215, 937 = seven hundred eight
million, two hundred fifteen thousand, nine
hundred thirty-seven
1. 7 = hundred millions
7 x 100,000,000 = 700,000,000
2. 7 = ones
7x1=7
700,000,000 7 = 100,000,000 times

Answer Key:
f) 37, 075= thirty-seven thousand,
seventy-five
1. 7 = thousands
7 x 1,000 = 7,000
2. 7 = tens
7 x 10 = 70
7,000 70 = 100 times

105 813
1. 1 = hundred thousands
1 x 100 000 = 100,000
2. 1 = tens
1 x 10 = 10
100,000 10 = 10 000 times
You may practice answering the others here
or at home for mastery.

1.

How many tens are equal to:


A) 80
= 8010
=8
B)390
= 39010
= 39
Try.
C) 540
D) 4, 570

1.

How many hundreds are equal to:


A) 3, 800
= 3,800100
= 38
B)12, 600
= 12, 600100
= 126
Try.
C) 4 million

1.

How many hundreds are equal to:


A) 3, 800
= 3,800100
= 38
B)12, 600
= 12, 600100
= 126
Try.
C) 4 million

1.

How many ten thousands are equal to:


A) 200, 000
= 200, 00010,000
= 20
B)1 million
= 1,000,00010,000
= 100
Try.
C) 8 million

1.

Write the number that is


A) three thousand more than 406, 251
= 3,000 + 406,251
= 409,251
B)400 more than 6,527
= 400 + 6,527
= 6, 927
Try.
C) 200 less than 92, 568

Using all the digits 0,1,2,3,4 and 5 and


repetition is not allowed, write the
A. largest number that can be formed
543, 210
B. smallest number that can be formed
102, 345
Try: c) number that is 1 000 less than the
difference of the largest and the smallest
number formed

1. four hundred thirty-six thousand, two


hundred seventy-one
436, 271
2. three million, seven hundred thousand,
twenty-six
3, 700, 026

Try .

3. five million, twenty-three thousand, eleven


4. twelve million, one hundred eighty-nine
thousand, five hundred thirteen
5. ninety-seven million, six

1. 6 x 10 + 5 x 10 + 4 x 10 + 3 x 10 + 2 x 10 +
1 x 10 + 7
= 6 000 000 + 500 000 + 40 000 + 3 000 +
200 + 10 + 7
= 6, 543, 217
Try
2. 8 x 10 + 4 x 10 + 2 x10 + 5
3. 7 x 10 + 3 x 10 + 9
4. 9 x 10 + 2 x 10 + 5 x 10
5. 6 x 10 + 4 x 10 + 7 x 10 + 2 x 10 + 4

1. 5 723 961= 5 000 000 + 700 000 + 20 000


+ 3 000 + 900 + 60 + 1
5 x 10 + 7 x 10 + 2 x 10 + 3 x 10 + 9 x 10
+ 6 x 10 + 1
Try 1. 6 015 103 2. 23 450 009 3. 8 231 426
4. 115 314 160

1. )752, 431,595, 614 = 431, 595, 614, 752


2.) 3, 278, 3, 265, 3, 257, 3, 246 = 3246,
3257, 3265, 3278
Try.
3.) 49 518, 60 518, 58 518, 63 076
4.) 6457, 9805, 8925, 7891
5.) 873 456, 984 567, 762 345
6.) 1 916 657, 1 916 567, 1 916 765

A. 8,4,2 = smallest 248, biggest 842


B. 9,3,6 = smallest 369, biggest 963
Try.
C. 3,0,5
D. 2,8,5
E. 9,1,6,4
F. 4,1,7,6,5

A. 54 = 50 + 4 = L(50) + IV(5-1) = LIV


B. 63 = 50 + 10 + 3 = LX(60) + III(3) =LXIII
Try.
C. 89
h. 859
D. 1 770
i. 1 872
E. 532
j. 958
F. 400
G. 987

1. XXVIII = 10 + 10 + 5 + 1 + 1 + 1 = 20+5+ 3
= 20 + 8
= 28
2. LIX = 50 + (10 1) = 50 + 9 = 59
Try.
3. XLIII
6. CMIX
9. MMMCD
4. XXX
7. MMCC
10. MVIII
5. LXXXVII 8. CMIV

A. 45697 ten
45 700
hundred
45 700
thousand
46 000
ten thousand
50 000

b. 63 325 ten
63 330
hundred
63 300
thousand
63 000
ten thousand
60 000

c. 81 525 ten
81 530
hundred
81 500
thousand
82 000
ten thousand
80 000

Try.
d. 1 851 500 ten
_________________
hundred
______________________
thousand
___________________________
ten thousand
__________________________________

Try.
e. 596 295 ten
_________________
hundred
______________________
thousand
___________________________
ten thousand
__________________________________

1. What is the smallest number that rounds to 250 to


the nearest ten?

= 245
2. What is the largest number that rounds to 250 to the
nearest ten?

=254

How many numbers round to 250 to the nearest ten?


= 245, 246, 247, 248, 249,250, 251, 252, 253, 254

10

What is the smallest number that rounds to 400 to the nearest hundred?

350

What is the largest number that rounds to 400 to the nearest hundred?

449

How many numbers round to 400 to the nearest hundred?


350-359 = 10
360-369 = 10
370-379 = 10
380-389 = 10
390-399 = 10
400-409 = 10
410-419 = 10
420-429 = 10
430-4439 = 10
440-449 = 10

100

What is the smallest number that rounds to 3 000 to the nearest thousand?

2 500

What is the largest number that rounds to 3 000 to the nearest thousand?

3 499

How many numbers round to 3 000 to the nearest thousand?


2 500-2599= 100
2 600-2699= 100
2 700-2799= 100
2 800-2899= 100
2 900- 2 999= 100
3 000- 3 099= 100
3 100 3 199= 100
3 200 3 299= 100
3 300- 3 399= 100
3 400- 3 499 = 100

1 000

My hundreds digit is 2 more than my ones


digit and my tens digit is 1 less than my
hundreds digit. What numbers can I be?
hundreds
tens
ones

2 more than my 1 less than


ones digit
my hundreds
digit

0
ones digit

Possible answers:

321

= 3(hunreds) 1(less than) = 2;


1(ones) + 2( 2 more)=3

432
543
654
765
876
987

My ones digit is 3 less than my thousands


digit. My tens digit is 2 more than my
hundreds digit. What numbers can I be?

thousands

hundreds
4

tens
6

ones
4

Thousands
digit

Same as the
ones digit

2 more than
hundreds
digit

3 less than
thousands
digit

4-digit number

3 020
4 131
5 242
6 353
8 575
9 686

My ones digit is 2 less than my thousands


digit. My hundreds digit is 3 less than my
tens digit. What numbers can I be?

thousands

hundreds

tens

ones

Same as
tens digit

3 less than Same as


2 less than
my tens
thousands my
digit
digit
thousands
digit

4 142
5 253
6 364
7 475
8 586
9 697

The numbers 1, 4, 9, 16 are called square


numbers or perfect squares because
1=1; 2=4; 3=9; 4=16. What is the
smallest square number that is a sum of two
square numbers? What two square
numbers give a sum of 100?
1,4,9,16,25,36,64,81,100
100
The sum of 36 ( 6) and 64 (8) = 100

The numbers 1,3,6,10, are called


triangular numbers. What are the next
triangular numbers?
15, (10 + 5)
21, (15 + 6)
28 (21 + 7)
Can you tell the 10th triangular number?
28 + 8 = 36; 36 + 9 = 45; 45 + 10 = 55

55

3 is the 2nd triangular number; 3= (2x3)/2


6 is the 3rd triangular number; 6= (3x4)/2
10 is the 4th triangular number; 10= (4x5)/2
For the nth triangular number,
n = (n)(n+1)/2