# EXPANDED AND STANDARD FORM. First, we need to work on place values; If we expand this out, we get.

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EXPANDED AND STANDARD FORM

First, we need to work on place values; If we expand this out, we get.

Here's a bigger number: Expand it out: Line up the hundreds in the first stripe...Line up the tens in the second stripe... And line up the ones in the third stripe!

LET´S DO IT TOGETHER Expand these numbers out. 8.654 47.897 698.654 5.432.789

Write the number in standard form Seven million six hundred fifty-one thousand = _____________ Three million eighty-five thousand = _____________ 600.000+ 30.000 +2.000+ 900+ 25= ___________ Four million eight hundred two thousand = _______ 5.000.000 + 800.000 + 20.000 + 2.000 + 20+ 5 = ____________

Place value is the value of a digit as determined by its position in a number.

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Write the numbers in the chart  1.567.890.678  612.340.987.147  234.567  897.543.876.984  6.867  760.234.123

Write the value and place of the underlined digit. 2,820,125 = ______ 68,273 = ______ 549,832,785,895= ______ 5555 = ______ 9,720,881,784 = ______ 48,650,895,859 = ______

1. What was the greatest place and value of the underlined digits? 2. How many zeros does a million have? 3. What is the place value you find after hundred- millions? 4. How many zeroes does a billion have? Answer…

Complete the chart…