# Numbers - large and small Be able to read Be able to write Be able to round.

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Numbers - large and small Be able to read Be able to write Be able to round

8 Can you say it? Can you say it? Can you spell it? Can you spell it? Can you round it to the nearest ten? Can you round it to the nearest ten? eight 10

84848484 Read the number Read the number What is the value of the underlined digit? What is the value of the underlined digit? Round the number to the nearest 10. Round the number to the nearest 10. 80 90

179 Read the number Read the number What is the value of the underlined digit? What is the value of the underlined digit? Round the number to the nearest 100 Round the number to the nearest 100

384 Read the number Read the number What is the value of the underlined digit? What is the value of the underlined digit? Round the number to the nearest 100 Round the number to the nearest 100 300 400

796796796796 Read the number Read the number What is the value of the underlined digit? What is the value of the underlined digit? Round the number to the nearest 10 Round the number to the nearest 10 ninety 800

986 Read the number Read the number What is the value of the underlined digit? What is the value of the underlined digit? Round the number to the nearest 100 Round the number to the nearest 100 900 1000

3 456 Read the number Read the number What is the value of the underlined digit? What is the value of the underlined digit? Notice the space between the 3 and 4, sometimes you might see a comma. This is a place holder to help you read the number. Notice the space between the 3 and 4, sometimes you might see a comma. This is a place holder to help you read the number. Three thousand

67 456 Read the number Read the number What is the value of the underlined digit? What is the value of the underlined digit? Round this number to the nearest thousand Round this number to the nearest thousand Sixty thousand Sixty seven thousand

245,893 Read the number Read the number What is the value of the underlined digit? What is the value of the underlined digit? Round the number to the nearest ten thousand Round the number to the nearest ten thousand Round the number to the nearest thousand Round the number to the nearest thousand 200 000 250 000 246 000

7,350,000 Sometimes this number can be written as 7.35 million Sometimes this number can be written as 7.35 million 7.35 is a decimal number 7.35 is a decimal number Round the number to the nearest million Round the number to the nearest million 7 million

8.23 billion A) 8 230 000 A) 8 230 000 B) 82 300 000 B) 82 300 000 C) 823 000 000 C) 823 000 000 D) 8 230 000 000 D) 8 230 000 000

Five hundred and twenty three thousand a) 523 a) 523 b) 5 230 b) 5 230 c) 52 300 c) 52 300 D) 523 000 D) 523 000

1.24 This number is written to two decimal places This number is written to two decimal places It is read as one point two four It is read as one point two four Two tenths, 0.2 or 2/10 Four hundredths, 0.04 or 4/100

Reading decimal numbers 1. 7.09 2. 9.12 3. 23.06 4. 14.145

Round to the nearest whole numbers 1. 23.56 2. 17.92 3. 13.07 4. 128.19

Round to one decimal place 1. 3.79 2. 4.23 3. 12.94 4. 34.18 5. 123.97

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