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- 1. Place Value: Expanded Form For 3rd Grade By: Tamara Thurner
- 2. What is the standard form of? 158 158
- 3. What is the expanded form of? 158 100 + 50 + 8
- 4. What is the standard form of? 4,367 4,367
- 5. What is the expanded form of? 4,367 4,000 + 300 + 60 + 7
- 6. What is the standard form of? 56,803 56,803
- 7. What is the expanded form of? 56,803 50,000 + 6,000 + 800 + 3
- 8. What is the standard form of? 1,523 1,000 + 500 + 20 + 3
- 9. What is the word form of? 4,367 four thousand, three hundred sixty-seven
- 10. What are the periods of this number? 671,690,492 Million Thousand Ones
- 11. How to read large numbers 671,690,492 Million Thousand Ones Read the numbers before the comma as if you were reading in the one’s column. Say the period you are in when you get to the comma except for the one’s period.
- 12. Read this number 4,371,024 four million, three hundred seventy-one thousand, twenty-four
- 13. Read this number 973,104 nine hundred seventy-three thousand, one hundred four
- 14. Read this number 384,133,472 three hundred eighty-four million, one hundred thirty-three thousand, four hundred seventy-two
- 15. Read this number 1,874,304,039,270 one trillion, eight hundred seventy-four billion, three hundred four million, thirty-nine thousand, two hundred seventy
- 16. Read this number 4,829,905 four million, eight hundred twenty-nine thousand, nine hundred five
- 17. Remember that each period has three place values within the period 684,367,671,690,492 Hundreds Tens Trillion Ones Hundreds Tens Billion Ones Hundreds Tens Million Ones Hundreds Tens Thousand Ones Hundreds Tens Ones Ones
- 18. What place value is the 8 in this number? 4,829,905 Hundred thousands
- 19. What place value is the 2 in this number? 4,829,105 Ten thousands
- 20. What place value is the 4 in this number? 4,829,105 Millions
- 21. What place value is the 9 in this number? 4,829,105 Thousands
- 22. What place value is the 6 in this number? 654,829,105 Hundred millions
- 23. What place value is the 5 in this number? 654,829,103 Ten millions
- 24. What place value is the 7 in this number? 254,729,103 Hundred thousands
- 25. What place value is the 2 in this number? 254,789,103 Hundred millions
- 26. What place value is the 3 in this number? 234,789,104 Ten millions
- 27. What place value is the 3 in this number? 264,789,134 Tens
- 28. What is this number in standard form? Ninety thousand, four hundred eight 90,408
- 29. What is this number in standard form? Seven million, twenty-two thousand, two hundred 7,022,200
- 30. What is this number in expanded form? 7,021,500 7,000,000 + 20,000 + 1,000 + 500

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