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Place Value Base 10 © 2007 Richard Medeiros next

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A number in a base ten system has ten digits. 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 © 2007 next

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Place Value for our Decimal System ,000 10, ,000 1,000,000 10,000, ,000, , , ,9 7 82,1 6 3, ,1 6 3, ,1 6 3,9 7 8 © 2007 next

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Finding place value in base ten. 6, (Base 10) ,000 (6 x 1,000) (9 x 100)(2 x 10)(5 x 1) +++ (6,000)(900)(20)(5) +++ 6, x xx © 2007 next

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Finding place value in base ten. 8, (Base 10) ,000 (8 x 1,000) (3 x 100)(1 x 10)(2 x 1) +++ (8,000)(300)(10)(2) +++ 8, x xx © 2007 next

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Finding place value in base ten. 7 3, (Base 10) ,000 (3 x 1,000)(5 x 100)(2 x 10)(5 x 1) +++ (3,000)(500)(20)(5) , x xx 1,000 (7 x 10,000) + + (70,000) x © 2007 next

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Find the place value of the red digit © 2007 next ones next

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2 3 9 Find the place value of the red digit. © 2007 hundreds next

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Find the place value of the red digit. 8 9, © 2007 next thousands

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17, Find the place value of the red digit. © 2007 next tens

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5 1 7, Find the place value of the red digit. © 2007 next hundred thousand

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8 4 7, Find the place value of the red digit. © 2007 next tens thousand

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1, 0 5 7, Find the place value of the red digit. © 2007 next hundred thousand

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3 2, 0 5 6, Find the place value of the red digit. © 2007 next millions

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9 5 7, Find the place value of the red digit. © 2007 next tens

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14 0, 0 5 6, Find the place value of the red digit. © 2007 next ten thousand

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3, 4 5 8, Find the place value of the red digit. © 2007 hundreds next

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8 6, 0 5 1, Find the place value of the red digit. © 2007 next ten millions

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