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By Monica Yuskaitis,. Objectives n Be n Be able to read numbers to billions able to identify the place value of each digit in numbers up to one billion.

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1 By Monica Yuskaitis,

2 Objectives n Be n Be able to read numbers to billions able to identify the place value of each digit in numbers up to one billion n Know n Know how to write a number in word form

3 Vocabulary n Digits n Digits – numbers 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 n Place n Place value – tells you how much each digit stands for

4 Vocabulary n Standard n Standard form – A number written with one digit for each place value. 123,789 n Word n Word form – A number written in words. One hundred twenty-three thousand, seven hundred eighty-nine

5 Vocabulary n Short n Short Word Form – A number written in both words and numbers. Write the numbers between the commas and then write the name of the period those numbers represent. 3,698,123,789 3 trillion, 698 million, 123 thousand, 789

6 Vocabulary n Expanded n Expanded form – A way to write numbers that shows the place value of each digit. 100, , , = 123, 709

7 Vocabulary n Periods n Periods – A group of 3 places used for the digits in large numbers. Periods are usually separated by commas. 684,367,671,690,492 Trillion BillionMillionThousandOnes

8 The binoculars magnify the otter. (Trillion, billion, million, thousand, ones.)

9 Which period is missing? 684,367,671,690,492 Trillion BillionThousandOnes Million

10 Which period is missing? 684,367,671,690,492 Trillion BillionMillionOnes Thousand

11 Which period is missing? 684,367,671,690,492 BillionMillionThousandOnes Trillion

12 Which period is missing? 684,367,671,690,492 Trillion BillionMillionThousand Ones

13 Which period is missing? 684,367,671,690,492 Trillion MillionThousandOnes Billion

14 What are the periods of this number? 684,367,671,690,492 Trillion BillionMillionThousandOnes

15 Remember that each period has three place values within the period 684,367,671,690,492 Hundred Ten Trillion Ones Hundred Ten Billion Ones Hundred Ten Million Ones Hundred Ten Thousand Ones Hundred Ten Ones Ones

16 What place is the yellow number in? 684,367,671,690,492 Hundred Ten Trillion Ones Hundred Ten Billion Ones Hundred Ten Million Ones Hundred Ten Thousand Ones Hundred Ten Ones Ones hundred hundred billion

17 What place is the yellow number in? 684,367,671,690,492 Hundred Ten Trillion Ones Hundred Ten Billion Ones Hundred Ten Million Ones Hundred Ten Thousand Ones Hundred Ten Ones Ones ten million

18 What place is the yellow number in? 684,367,671,690,492 Hundred Ten Trillion Ones Hundred Ten Billion Ones Hundred Ten Million Ones Hundred Ten Thousand Ones Hundred Ten Ones Ones (one) billion

19 What place is the yellow number in? 684,367,671,690,492 Hundred Ten Trillion Ones Hundred Ten Billion Ones Hundred Ten Million Ones Hundred Ten Thousand Ones Hundred Ten Ones Ones ten thousand

20 What place is the yellow number in? 684,367,671,690,492 Hundred Ten Trillion Ones Hundred Ten Billion Ones Hundred Ten Million Ones Hundred Ten Thousand Ones Hundred Ten Ones Ones ten billion

21 What place is the yellow number in? 684,367,671,690,492 Hundred Ten Trillion Ones Hundred Ten Billion Ones Hundred Ten Million Ones Hundred Ten Thousand Ones Hundred Ten Ones Ones (one) million

22 What place is the yellow number in? 684,367,671,690,492 Hundred Ten Trillion Ones Hundred Ten Billion Ones Hundred Ten Million Ones Hundred Ten Thousand Ones Hundred Ten Ones Ones hundred million hundred million

23 What place is the yellow number in? 684,367,671,690,492 Hundred Ten Trillion Ones Hundred Ten Billion Ones Hundred Ten Million Ones Hundred Ten Thousand Ones Hundred Ten Ones Ones hundred thousand

24 What place is the yellow number in? 684,367,671,690,492 Hundred Ten Trillion Ones Hundred Ten Billion Ones Hundred Ten Million Ones Hundred Ten Thousand Ones Hundred Ten Ones Ones (one) thousand

25 What place is the yellow number in? 684,367,671,690,492 Hundred Ten Trillion Ones Hundred Ten Billion Ones Hundred Ten Million Ones Hundred Ten Thousand Ones Hundred Ten Ones Ones (one) trillion

26 What place value is the 3 in this number? 264,789,134 ten

27 What place value is the 8 in this number? 4,829,905 hundred thousand

28 What place value is the 9 in this number? 4,829,105 thousand

29 What place value is the 5 in this number? 654,829,103 ten million

30 What place value is the 6 in this number? 654,829,105 hundred million

31 What place value is the 2 in this number? 254,789,103 hundred million

32 What place value is the 3 in this number? 234,789,104 ten million

33 What place value is the 7 in this number? 254,729,103 hundred thousand

34 What place value is the 4 in this number? 4,829,105 million

35 What place value is the 2 in this number? 4,829,105 ten thousand

36 How to read large numbers 684,367,671,690,492 Trillion BillionMillion ThousandOnes Read the numbers before the comma as if you were reading in the ones column. Say the period you are in when you get to the comma except for the ones period.

37 Tip 690,492 Do not use and when reading whole numbers. The word and will be used when you are reading numbers with decimals. Six hundred and ninety-thousand, and four hundred and ninety-two. and four hundred and ninety-two.

38 Use the short word form to help you read large numbers

39 Read this number 384,133,472 three hundred eighty-four million, one hundred thirty-three thousand, four hundred seventy-two 384 million, 133 thousand, 472

40 Read this number 1,874,304,039,270 one trillion, eight hundred seventy- four billion, three hundred four million, thirty-nine thousand, two hundred seventy 1 trillion, 874 billion, 304 million, 39 thousand, 270

41 Read this number 24,829,905 twenty-four million, eight hundred twenty-nine thousand, nine hundred five 24 million, 829 thousand, 905

42 Read this number 973,104 nine hundred seventy-three thousand, one hundred four 973 thousand, 104

43 Read this number 4,371,024 four million, three hundred seventy-one thousand, twenty-four 4 million, 371 thousand, 24

44 Read this number 864,371,029 eight hundred sixty-four million, three hundred seventy-one thousand, twenty-nine 864 million, 371 thousand, 29

45 Read this number 36,454,297,004 thirty-six billion, four hundred fifty-four million, two hundred ninety-seven thousand, four 36 billion, 454 million, 297 thousand, 4

46 Read this number 9,356,094,064 nine billion, three hundred fifty-six million, ninety-four thousand, sixty-four 9 billion, 356 million, 94 thousand, 64

47 Review n Standard n Standard form – A number written with one digit for each place value. 123,789 n Word n Word form – A number written in words. One hundred twenty-three thousand, seven hundred eighty-nine

48 Review n Expanded n Expanded form – A way to write numbers that shows the place value of each digit. 100, , , = 123, 709

49 What is the standard form of? 104,367

50 What is the expanded form of? 104, , ,

51 What is the expanded form of? 9,356,803 9,000, , , ,

52 What is the standard form of? 209,006, ,000, ,000, ,

53 What is the word form of? 1,014,367 one million, fourteen thousand, three hundred sixty-seven

54 What is this number in standard form? ninety thousand, four hundred eight 90,408

55 What is this number in standard form? seven million, twenty-two thousand, two hundred 7,022,200

56 What is this number in expanded form? 7,021,500 7,000, , ,

57 Credits Clipart from Microsoft Clip Gallery located on the Internet at clipgallerylive/default.asp Clipart from ClickArt 125,000 Deluxe Image Pak, T/Maker Co., Broderbund Software, Inc.


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