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Name _____ Understanding Large Numbers Page 32-35

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Before EXPLORE Let’s practice “placing” and “saying” numbers on our PLACE VALUE CHART!

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Name _____ Understanding Large Numbers Page 32-35 Before EXPLORE Let’s practice “placing” and “saying” numbers on our PLACE VALUE CHART! EXPLORE Read page 32 silently and then join a partner and write 2 numbers in many different ways!

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Name _____ Understanding Large Numbers Page 32-35 Before EXPLORE Let’s practice “placing” and “saying” numbers on our PLACE VALUE CHART! EXPLORE My two numbers I picked are: 1) 2)

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Name _____ Understanding Large Numbers Page 32-35 Objective 1) To read large numbers. 2) To write large numbers in 4 different ways…

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Name _____ Understanding Large Numbers Page 32-35 Objective 1) To read large numbers. 2) To write large numbers in 4 different ways… Let’s start by putting four thousand, three hundred and twenty nine in our place value chart.

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Name _____ Understanding Large Numbers Page 32-35 Objective 1) To read large numbers. 2) To write large numbers in 4 different ways… 1. standard form

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Name _____ Understanding Large Numbers Page 32-35 Objective 1) To read large numbers. 2) To write large numbers in 4 different ways… 1. standard form ex: 4 329 WE JUST PRACTICED THIS ON OUR PLACE VALUE CHART! Standard form is just “the number”.

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Name _____ Understanding Large Numbers Page 32-35 Objective 1) To read large numbers. 2) To write large numbers in 4 different ways… 1. standard form ex: 4 329 2. expanded form ex: 4 329 =

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Name _____ Understanding Large Numbers Page 32-35 Objective 1) To read large numbers. 2) To write large numbers in 4 different ways… 1. standard form ex: 4 329 2. expanded form ex: 4 329 = 4 000 + 300 + 20 + 9 LET’S PRACTICE THIS ONE ON OUR SMARTBOARD!

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Name _____ Understanding Large Numbers Page 32-35 Objective 1) To read large numbers. 2) To write large numbers in 4 different ways… 1. standard form ex: 4 329 2. expanded form ex: 4 329 = 4 000 + 300 + 20 + 9 LET’S PRACTICE THIS ONE ON OUR SMARTBOARD! 3. exponential form ex: 4 329 =

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Name _____ Understanding Large Numbers Page 32-35 Objective 1) To read large numbers. 2) To write large numbers in 4 different ways… 1. standard form ex: 4 329 2. expanded form ex: 4 329 = 4 000 + 300 + 20 + 9 LET’S PRACTICE THIS ONE ON OUR SMARTBOARD! 3. exponential form ex: 4 329 = (4 X 10³) + (3 X 10²) + (2 X 10¹) + 9 THIS IS THE HARDEST ONE! WE NEED TO PRACTICE! DON’T FORGET YOUR BRACKETS FOR EACH PLACE VALUE!

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Name _____ Understanding Large Numbers Page 32-35 Objective 1) To read large numbers. 2) To write large numbers in 4 different ways… 1. standard form ex: 4 329 2. expanded form ex: 4 329 = 4 000 + 300 + 20 + 9 LET’S PRACTICE THIS ONE ON OUR SMARTBOARD! 3. exponential form ex: 4 329 = (4 X 10³) + (3 X 10²) + (2 X 10¹) + 9 THIS IS THE HARDEST ONE! WE NEED TO PRACTICE! DON’T FORGET YOUR BRACKETS FOR EACH PLACE VALUE! 4. number-word form ex: 4 329 =.

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Name _____ Understanding Large Numbers Page 32-35 Objective 1) To read large numbers. 2) To write large numbers in 4 different ways… 1. standard form ex: 4 329 2. expanded form ex: 4 329 = 4 000 + 300 + 20 + 9 LET’S PRACTICE THIS ONE ON OUR SMARTBOARD! 3. exponential form ex: 4 329 = (4 X 10³) + (3 X 10²) + (2 X 10¹) + 9 THIS IS THE HARDEST ONE! WE NEED TO PRACTICE! DON’T FORGET YOUR BRACKETS FOR EACH PLACE VALUE! 4. number-word form ex: 4 329 = 4 thousand, 329 JUST PLACE THE NUMBERS IN EACH HOUSE FOLLOWED BY ITS NAME.

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Name _____ Lesson 1– Understanding Large NumbersOct.4 th Page 32-35 Objective 1) To read large numbers. 2) To write large numbers in 4 different ways… 1. standard form ex: 4 329 2. expanded form ex: 4 329 = 4 000 + 300 + 20 + 9 LET’S PRACTICE THIS ONE ON OUR SMARTBOARD! 3. exponential form ex: 4 329 = (4 X 10³) + (3 X 10²) + (2 X 10¹) + 9 THIS IS THE HARDEST ONE! WE NEED TO PRACTICE! DON’T FORGET YOUR BRACKETS FOR EACH PLACE VALUE! 4. number-word form ex: 4 329 = 4 thousand, 329 JUST PLACE THE NUMBERS IN EACH HOUSE FOLLOWED BY ITS NAME. Try this one …. 3 209 160 457 First, say it… then write it in … 2. Expanded form 3. Exponential form 4. Number-word form

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Name _____ Understanding Large Numbers Page 32-35 Objective 1) To read large numbers. 2) To write large numbers in 4 different ways… 1. standard form ex: 4 329 2. expanded form ex: 4 329 = 4 000 + 300 + 20 + 9 LET’S PRACTICE THIS ONE ON OUR SMARTBOARD! 3. exponential form ex: 4 329 = (4 X 10³) + (3 X 10²) + (2 X 10¹) + 9 THIS IS THE HARDEST ONE! WE NEED TO PRACTICE! DON’T FORGET YOUR BRACKETS FOR EACH PLACE VALUE! 4. number-word form ex: 4 329 = 4 thousand, 329 JUST PLACE THE NUMBERS IN EACH HOUSE FOLLOWED BY ITS NAME. Try this one …. 3 209 160 457 First, say it… then write it in … 2. Expanded form 3 000 000 000 + 200 000 000 + 0 + 9 000 000 + 100 000 + 60 000 + 0 + 400 + 50 + 7 3. Exponential form 4. Number-word form

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Name _____ Understanding Large Numbers Page 32-35 Objective 1) To read large numbers. 2) To write large numbers in 4 different ways… 1. standard form ex: 4 329 2. expanded form ex: 4 329 = 4 000 + 300 + 20 + 9 LET’S PRACTICE THIS ONE ON OUR SMARTBOARD! 3. exponential form ex: 4 329 = (4 X 10³) + (3 X 10²) + (2 X 10¹) + 9 THIS IS THE HARDEST ONE! WE NEED TO PRACTICE! DON’T FORGET YOUR BRACKETS FOR EACH PLACE VALUE! 4. number-word form ex: 4 329 = 4 thousand, 329 JUST PLACE THE NUMBERS IN EACH HOUSE FOLLOWED BY ITS NAME. Try this one …. 3 209 160 457 First, say it… then write it in … 2. Expanded form 3 000 000 000 + 200 000 000 + 0 + 9 000 000 + 100 000 + 60 000 + 0 + 400 + 50 + 7 3. Exponential form (3 X 10 9 ) + (2 X 10 8 ) + (0 X 10 7 ) + (9 X 10 6 ) + (1 X 10 5 ) + (6 X 10 4 ) + (0 X 10 3 ) (4 X 10 2 ) + (5 X 10 1 ) + (7 X 10 0 ) 4. Number-word form

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Name _____ Understanding Large Numbers Page 32-35 Objective 1) To read large numbers. 2) To write large numbers in 4 different ways… 1. standard form ex: 4 329 2. expanded form ex: 4 329 = 4 000 + 300 + 20 + 9 LET’S PRACTICE THIS ONE ON OUR SMARTBOARD! 3. exponential form ex: 4 329 = (4 X 10³) + (3 X 10²) + (2 X 10¹) + 9 THIS IS THE HARDEST ONE! WE NEED TO PRACTICE! DON’T FORGET YOUR BRACKETS FOR EACH PLACE VALUE! 4. number-word form ex: 4 329 = 4 thousand, 329 JUST PLACE THE NUMBERS IN EACH HOUSE FOLLOWED BY ITS NAME. Try this one …. 3 209 160 457 First, say it… then write it in … 2. Expanded form 3 000 000 000 + 200 000 000 + 0 + 9 000 000 + 100 000 + 60 000 + 0 + 400 + 50 + 7 3. Exponential form (3 X 10 9 ) + (2 X 10 8 ) + (0 X 10 7 ) + (9 X 10 6 ) + (1 X 10 5 ) + (6 X 10 4 ) + (0 X 10 3 ) (4 X 10 2 ) + (5 X 10 1 ) + (7 X 10 0 ) 4. Number-word form 3 billion, 209 million, 160 thousand, 457

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Name _____ Understanding Large Numbers Page 32-35 Objective 1) To read large numbers. 2) To write large numbers in 4 different ways… 1. standard form ex: 4 329 2. expanded form ex: 4 329 = 4 000 + 300 + 20 + 9 LET’S PRACTICE THIS ONE ON OUR SMARTBOARD! 3. exponential form ex: 4 329 = (4 X 10³) + (3 X 10²) + (2 X 10¹) + 9 THIS IS THE HARDEST ONE! WE NEED TO PRACTICE! DON’T FORGET YOUR BRACKETS FOR EACH PLACE VALUE! 4. number-word form ex: 4 329 = 4 thousand, 329 JUST PLACE THE NUMBERS IN EACH HOUSE FOLLOWED BY ITS NAME. Try this one …. 3 209 160 457 First, say it… then write it in … 2. Expanded form 3 000 000 000 + 200 000 000 + 0 + 9 000 000 + 100 000 + 60 000 + 0 + 400 + 50 + 7 3. Exponential form (3 X 10 9 ) + (2 X 10 8 ) + (0 X 10 7 ) + (9 X 10 6 ) + (1 X 10 5 ) + (6 X 10 4 ) + (0 X 10 3 ) (4 X 10 2 ) + (5 X 10 1 ) + (7 X 10 0 ) 4. Number-word form 3 billion, 209 million, 160 thousand, 457 EXPLORE Page 34 #1,4,5,6

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