The following diagram shows how to change from ten 1's to one 10's and from ten 10's to one 100's. Scroll down the page for examples and solutions.
Lesson 12 Concept Development
Part A: Show the Equivalence of 10 Ones and 1 Ten, 10 Tens and 1 Hundred, 10 Hundreds and 1 Thousand
Lesson 12 Homework
Count by ones from 368 to 500. Change for a larger unit when necessary.
When you counted from 368 to 500:
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