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Place Value and Whole Numbers - Maths Week 1


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digit
a single number from 1 to 9. 29 has 2 digits.
place value
the value of a digit: the place value of the 6 in 1960 is 60
whole number
a number that isn’t a fraction. 1 is a w____ n______ and 1⁄2 is a fraction
decimal
the full stop after 0. The d______ point is underlined here: 459.02
units
the numbers 1-9
tens
the number that is two places to the left of the decimal point 10 20 30 40...80 90
hundreds
the number that is three places to the left of the decimal point 100 200 300...900
thousands
the number that is three places to the left of the decimal point 1000 2000 3000...9000
ten thousand
the number that is four places to the left of the decimal point 10000 20000 30000...90000
hundred thousand
the number that is five places to the left of the decimal point 100000 200000...900000
million
the number that is six places to the left of the decimal point 1000000 2000000...9000000
greater
a number bigger than another
less
a number smaller than another number
greatest
the biggest number in a group of numbers. 4 8 10 2 = 10 is the g______ number
smallest
the smallest number in a group of numbers. 4 8 10 2 = 2 is the s_______ number
a number in figures
a number written like this 1000 and not like this one-thousand
a number in words
a number written like this one-thousand and not like this 1000