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Hi everybody, today we are going to be applying, our place value knowledge to different types of questions.

So put on your hats, tighten those ties and tell the computer now I'm a mathematician.

For today's lesson, we're going to be practising , lots of different types of questions.

So you'll need a pencil, a piece of paper and a ruler.

If you need any of those resources.

Please pause the video now.

Great, let's get started.

Here we're going to be given some tins.

And we need to see which number represented in each set.

Here we have two hundreds tins, three tens tins and two ones tins, so the answer is 232.

My second set, I can see I have one hundred, four tens tins and six ones tins.

Therefore my answer is 146.

So now it's your turn.

Pause this video and count the tins.

Well done, the answers are 350 and 303, great job.

James has made a three digit number with these cards, one, four, and nine.

What are the three digit numbers can he make these cards? And what is the biggest number he could make? So these are the numbers that I came up with 194 419 491 914 and 941 and the biggest number card was 941.

Now it's your turn.

Lucy has made a three digit number with these cards, three, two, and seven.

What are the three digit numbers , could she make with these cards? What is the number she could make? Pause this video and write down your answers super job guys, so these except the five sets of digit cards that I came up with, with the largest number being 732, do some ticking and fixing please, pause this video while you do say.

Great job, that's two questions done already.

Let's explore, so here we go.

Two hundreds, one tens and four ones together make 214, 918 is made up of nine hundred, one ten and eight ones.

320 is made up of three Hundreds and two tens.

So now it's your turn, seven hundreds, nine tens and three ones together make? 312 is made up of hundreds, tens and ones.

890 is made up of hundreds and nine, I gave you the answer oops, and something tens, pause this video to write your answer down.

Great job, 793.

The second is three hundreds, one tens and two ones, and the final one is eight hundreds and nine tens.

I hope you got that one correct everyone.

Find the value, of the red triangle in each of these statements, the red triangle is equal to 200 add 80 add four.

So I need to make sure, I add these together to get the value , of the red triangle which is 284.

967 is equal to the red triangle add 60 add seven.

Well, I can see is 60 and seven are already there, it's the hundreds that are missing, so my red triangle is equal to 900 and 208 is equal to 200 add red triangle, which is going to be eight.

Now it's your turn.

Find the value of the triangle in each of these statements.

Pause the video and write your answer.

Super job everyone.

The answer is 724 ,400 and 80.

here we go, 491 is made up of, four hundreds nine tens and one ones.

491 is also made up of 49 tens and one ones.

491 is also made up of four hundreds and 91 ones.

This is a way of expressing different numbers.

So we need to find different ways of expressing 312, so I came up with, 312 is made up of three hundreds, two tens and one ones.

312 is also made up of 31 tens and two ones.

312 is also made up of three hundreds and 12 ones.

So it's your turn, the 765 pause this video and find the answers.

Super job, so 765 is made up of, seven hundreds, six tens and five ones.

765 is also made up of 76 tens and 5 ones.

765 is also made up of seven hundreds and 65 ones.

Time to do some ticking and fixing.

Pause this video while you do that.

Well done, that was a lot of practise, and it's now time to put all of that knowledge to good use.

Good luck, on the next following slides.

You have your independent questions, so please make sure you pause the slides, when you get that.

See you on the other side.

Super job everybody, for each of these two sets, the numbers are on the screen, the first set is 208 and the second set is 672.

For Question two, these are the other numbers that he could make with his cards.

Please pause the video and tick and fix.

The biggest number all he could make was 853.

Eight hundreds, three tens and six ones, together make 836.

457 is made up of four hundreds, five tens and seven ones.

250 is made up of two hundreds and five tens.

Please do some ticking and fixing.

Find the value of the pink square in each of these segments.

Pink square is equal to 500 add 70 add four, therefore pink square is 574.

628 is equal to pink square add 20 add eight, therefore the pink square is worth 600.

703 is equal to 700 add the pink square add three and the value of the pink square here is zero.

674 is made up of six hundreds, seven tens and four ones.

674 is also made up of 67 tens and four ones.

674 is also made up of six hundreds and 74 ones.

Find different ways of expressing 630 and 704.

Pause the video and do some ticking and fixing.

Super job did today guys, that was a lot of application and well well done.

Please give yourselves a big, one two three well done me If you'd like to, please ask your parent or carer, to show your work on Twitter, tagging @OakNational and #learnwithOak.

It was great learning with you today and I'll see you again soon, bye.