Thus we can say that the number 2. See the National Curriculum page for links to related online activities and resources. In other words, the digit 6 in 6702 does not mean six but six thousand, because the six is placed in the thousands' place. The the following numbers are written in expanded form.
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Click it often as you work through the questions to see if you are answering them correctly. Decimal Place Value — One Decimal Digit This is a complete lesson with instruction and varied exercises, explaining how the place value system works with decimals that have one decimal digit, and how to write such decimals in expanded form.
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Rounding Videos Rounding to decimal places: Answers There are answers to this exercise but they are available in this space to teachers, tutors and parents who have logged in to their Transum subscription on this computer. What would the next bigger place value be after thousands? You can also try rounding to: Subscribers can manage class lists, lesson plans and assessment data in the Class Admin application and have access to reports of the Transum Trophies earned by class members.
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It covers tenths and hundredths, comparing decimals, adding and subtracting decimals both mentally and in columns, multiplying decimals by whole numbers, rounding, estimating, and money problems. Write them the normal way. Another video from SLEP but this one is about rounding to a given number of significant figures. Level 1 - Rounding numbers to the nearest whole number.