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In these lessons, we will look at place values in whole numbers and decimal numbers. We will learn
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Each digit in a whole number has a place value, based on its position from the right, as seen in the following place value chart. Scroll down the page for more examples and solutions.
Ten and Ones (eg. 17 = __ ten and __ ones)
Count Tens & Ones (with pictures)
Count Tens & Ones (with place value charts)
Tens and Ones (eg. 73 = __ tens and __ ones)
Add Tens & Ones (with pictures)
Add Tens & Ones (eg. 60 + 4 = )
1 more, 1 less, 10 more, 10 less
Hundreds, Tens, Ones (eg. 536 = 500 + 30 + 6)
Expanded Form (up to hundreds)
Expanded Form (up to millions)
The value of a digit in the number is the digit multiplied by the place value.
The following table shows examples to distinguish between the place value of a digit and the value of a digit.
For decimals, the place value chart will include the decimal point and the positions after the decimal point as illustrated in the following table.
Remember that the place value after the decimal point is tenths.
Example:
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