Before we look at breaking up 6 digit numbers, check if you remember how it worked with smaller numbers.
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Place value tables are useful in breaking up numbers.
Let's see how we can partition a number in the hundreds of thousands, and then how to partition a number slightly differently, to solve a division problem.
Enter a 7 digit number to see the value of each digit.
Any 7 digit number can be expanded into millions, hundred thousands, ten thousands, thousands, hundreds, tens, and units.
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Answer the following questions.
Write the number that is made up of 10 ten thousands, 10 hundreds and 3 tens.
Write the number that is made up of 6 hundred thousands, 10 tens and 2 ones.
Partitioning by place value is really useful, but sometimes breaking up a number into other parts is a great way to help solve problems.
orders, reads and represents integers of any size and describes properties of whole numbers