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1.04 Partition 5 digit numbers

Lesson

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Can you partition numbers up to the thousands (4 digits)?

We have written a number in the number expander.

  1. What is the value of the tens?

  2. What is the value of the hundreds?

 

Learn 

Let's see how to break up a 5 digit number, and then put it back together. We'll start with a 4 digit number to warm up.

 

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Question 1

Fill in the number expander for $60908$60908.

  1. $60908$60908 $=$= $\editable{}$ ten thousands $\editable{}$ thousands $\editable{}$ hundreds $0$0 tens $8$8 units
  2. Write $60908$60908 as a number sentence.
    $\editable{}+\editable{}+\editable{}$++

Question 2

Write the following as a single number: $10000+7000+90$10000+7000+90.

Remember!

Except for the far left digit of our number, every place must have a number in it. If we don't have any of a place, we must put a zero in that place. The number twenty eight thousand and forty nine has no hundreds, so we would write it like this $28049$28049.

Outcomes

VCMNA152

Recognise, represent and order numbers to at least tens of thousands

VCMNA153

Apply place value to partition, rearrange and regroup numbers to at least tens of thousands to assist calculations and solve problems

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