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Place value is the basis of our entire number system. A place value system is one in which the position of a digit in a number determines its value. In the standard system, called base ten, each place represents ten times the value of the place to its right. You can think of this as making groups of ten of the smaller unit and combining them to make a new unit. |

Understanding-place-value

Place Values by-2numbers

Tens, Ones

Place Values to up to 3 digit

numbers

Hundreds, Tens, Ones

Place Values up to 4 digit

numbers

Thousands, Hundreds, Tens,

Ones

Place Values by-2numbers

Tens, Ones

Place Values to up to 3 digit

numbers

Hundreds, Tens, Ones

Place Values up to 4 digit

numbers

Thousands, Hundreds, Tens,

Ones

equal

The 4 in the ones place equal 4

4 |

4 |

4 |

hundreds place is ten times more than the tens

place. And the tens place is ten times more than

the ones place.

Try it? Multiply 40

ten. 40 x 10 =

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400 |

---40 |

---4 |

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