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Lesson 2-1 Example 2 2-1 Example 2 Write seven hundred fourteen in standard form. 1.There are 7 hundreds in the number.
Lesson 2-1 Example 2 2-1 Example 2 Write seven hundred fourteen in standard form. 2.There is 1 ten in the number.
Lesson 2-1 Example 2 2-1 Example 2 Write seven hundred fourteen in standard form. 3.There are 4 ones in the number.
Lesson 2-1 Example 2 2-1 Example 2 Write seven hundred fourteen in standard form. 4.Write each digit in the correct place in the place value chart. The number in standard form is 714.
Lesson 2-2 Example Example 3 Use to compare 382 and 365. You can graph the numbers on a number line. The greater number is farther right
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2-4 Round 3,531 to the nearest hundred.
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Lesson 2-6 Example Round 673,088 to the nearest hundred thousand. Step 1Underline the digit in the hundred thousands place. What digit did you underline?
How do you write the expanded form of a number? t e n s + = ?
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How do you write seven hundred fifty-eight thousand, seven hundred thirty-seven in numeric form? Huh?
Jeopardy Place Value Words- Number Value Number – Words What digit Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500.
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1-1 Example 1 Identify the value of the underlined digit in 5,794.
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