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### Math primary 3 numbers up to 10 000

1. 1. Hundreds Tens Ones 5 7 2The place of each digit : 5 hundreds 7 tens 2 onesThe value of each digit : 500 70 2I write : 572I say : Five hundred and seventy-two
2. 2. Hundreds Tens Ones 7 0 1The place of each digit : 7 hundreds 0 tens 1 onesThe value of each digit : 700 0 1I write : 701I say : Seven hundred and one
3. 3. Hundreds Tens Ones 8 3 0The place of each digit : 8 hundreds 3 tens 0 onesThe value of each digit : 800 30 0I write : 830I say : Eight hundred and thirty
4. 4. NUMBER PATTERNS Count down by 1 130 129 128 Count up by 1 127 126 125126 is 1 less than 127128 is 1 more than 127
5. 5. NUMBER PATTERNS Count down by 100 820 720 620Count up by 100 520 420 320 420 is 100 less than 520 620 is 100 more than 520
6. 6. NUMBER PATTERNS Count down by 10 730 720 710Count up by 10 700 690 680 690 is 10 less than 700 710 is 10 more than 700
7. 7. Find number patterns 122 123 124 125 123 Count up by 1 235 245 265 275 285 Count up by 10
8. 8. Find number patterns348 346 344 342 340 Count down by 2440 430 420 410 400 Count down by 10
9. 9. Find number patterns 110 130 150 170 190 Count up by 20 351 451 551 651 751 Count up by 100
10. 10. Find number patterns490 470 450 430 410 Count down by 20740 640 540 440 340 Count down by 100
11. 11. Find the missing numbers 380 390 400 410 The rule is + 10 420 430 440
12. 12. Find the missing numbers 380 400 420 440 The rule is + 20 460 480 500
13. 13. Find the missing numbers 782 682 582 482 The rule is - 100 382 282 182
14. 14. Find the missing numbers 380 375 370 365 The rule is - 5 360 355 350
15. 15. The rule is The rule is + 100 - 10input output input output450 550 451 441671 771 670 660715 815 823 813232 332 230 220
16. 16. NUMBERS UP TO 10.000 Thousands Hundereds Tens OnesThe place value : 3 thousands 6 hundreds 3 tens 6 onesThe number value : 3000 600 30 6I write : 3.636I say : Three thousand six hundred and thirty-six
17. 17. Thousands Hundereds Tens OnesThe place value : 2 thousands 3 hundreds 3 tens 0 onesThe number value : 2000 300 30 0I write : 2.330I say : Two thousand three hundred and thirty
18. 18. Thousands Hundereds Tens OnesThe place value : 1 thousands 3 hundreds 0 tens 5 onesThe number value : 1000 300 0 5I write : 1.305I say : One thousand three hundred and five
19. 19. Thousands Hundereds Tens OnesThe place value : 1 thousands 0 hundreds 6 tens 5 onesThe number value : 1000 0 60 5I write : 1.065I say : One thousand and sixty-five
20. 20. The place value of digit number 1.234 2.456 5.246 4.216a. The digit 3 is in the tens place or digit 3 stands for 3 tensb. The digit 4 is in the hundreds place or digit 4 stands for 4 hundredsc. The digit 5 is in the thousands place or digit 5 stands for 5 thousandsd. The digit 6 is in the ones place or digit 6 stands for 6 ones
21. 21. The value of digit number In 1.340 the digit 1 has a value of 1000 In 5.047 the digit 4 has a value of 40 In 2.867 the digit 8 has a value of 800 In 6.208 the digit 0 has a value of 0 In 3.234 the digit 4 has a value of 4
22. 22. Fill the missing number1. 2.345 = 2.000 + 300 + 40 + 52. 3.404 = 3.000 + 400 + 4 _____3. 20 1.025 = 1.000 + ___ + 54. 700 1.753 = 1.000 + ____ + 50 + 35. 7 4.007 = 4.000 + ___6. 5.055 = 5.000 + 50 + 5 _____
23. 23. Compare number up to 10.000 3.506 < 4.506 3 thousands is smaller than 4 thousands Therefore, 3.506 is smaller than 4.506 This means 4.506 is greater than 3.506
24. 24. Compare number up to 100.000 2.646 > 2.546 In thousands place have the same digit 6 hundreds is greater than 5 hundreds Therefore, 2.646 is greater than 2.546 This means 2.546 is smaller than 2.646
25. 25. For Remember !We always start comparing the thousands,then the hundreds, followed by the tens andfinally the ones
26. 26. 7.409 7.049 9.049Arrange these numbers in ascending order! The smallest The greatest 7.049 7.409 9.049
27. 27. 3.233 3.323 3.332Arrange these numbers in descending order! The greatest The smallest 3.332 3.323 3.233
28. 28. Use the following digits to form 4-digits number 2 1 5 8The greatest number 8 . 521The smallest number 1 . 258
29. 29. Use the following digits to form 4-digits number 0 2 4 7The greatest number 7. 420The smallest number 2. 047
30. 30. Do the following questions!1. Write the numbers a. Seven thousand, two hundred and sixty-eight b. Two thousand, nine hundred and eleven c. Nine thousand and nine2. Write these numbers in words a. 5.515 b. 3.303 c. 8.0183. Arrange these numbers in ascending order a. 4.344 - 4.443 - 4.343 b. 5.566 - 6.665 - 5.6564. Arrange these numbers in descending order a. 7.447 - 4.774 - 7.774 b. 1.110 - 1.010 - 1.101