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Place Value What do you understand By Place Value? Can you explain the ideas behind Place Value? Why is it so important?
Digits All numbers are made from digits. Each digit in its right place gives a number its value. What are the digits? Yep
So lets try that out How do you know the value of this number? 1 46 Each digit has a place. Each place has a value. HTU Saying it out loud one hundred and forty six gives a clue
Another way of showing Place Value is to use an abacus HT U 146 One hundred and forty six
Lets try a bigger number. Th T U Two thousand three hundred and thirty five H
Units Tens Hundreds Thousands Building Numbers with Place Value Grids Th H T U
Units Tens Hundreds Thousands Tens of thousands Hundreds of Thousands Place Value Grid HTh TTh Th H T U
We can also build numbers using an abacus. UTHThT ThH ThM
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