Before continuing on in this lesson, check that you know how to read and write 5 digit numbers. Remember we use a zero place holder when our number has no digits in one or more places.
Do you remember the names of the place value columns?
In this video, we use a place value table to show how we can represent numbers in the hundreds of thousands. Expanded notation, or partitioning, is also used to show how we can break up large numbers by place value components.
Fill in the digits in the table to express the number five million, twenty six thousand and eighty five.
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How do we write 7\,200\,009 in words?
orders, reads and represents integers of any size and describes properties of whole numbers