# Exploring the value of a 3-digit number in more than one way (Part 2)

## Lesson details

### Key learning points

1. In this lesson, we will recap alternative ways to make the same number by representing the hundreds, tens and ones in different ways.

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## Starter quiz

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### 5 Questions

Q1.
How many 'hundreds' are there in the number 264?
Correct answer: There are 2 'hundreds'
There are 4 'hundreds'
There are 6 'hundreds'
Q2.
How many 'tens' are there in the number 173?
There are 4 'tens'
Correct answer: There are 7 'tens'
There is 1 'ten'
Q3.
Select one answer that is a correct way of showing the number 315.
1 'hundred', 1 'hundred' and 2 'hundreds'
Correct answer: 2 'hundreds' , 1 'hundred' and 15 ones
3 'hundred', 7 'tens' and 5 'ones'
Q4.
Select one answer that is the incorrect way of showing the number 137.
1 'hundred', 3 'tens' and 7 'ones'
5 'tens' + 5 'tens' + 37 'ones'
Correct answer: 5 'tens', 5 'tens' and 7 'ones'
Q5.
The whole is 213. When the parts are changed, the whole will stay the same.
False

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### 4 Questions

Q1.
How many 'tens' are there in the number 153?
There are 3 'tens'
Correct answer: There are 5 'tens'
There is 1 'ten'
Q2.
How many 'ones' are there in the number 153?
Correct answer: There are 3 'ones'
There are 5 'ones'
There is 1 'one'
Q3.
The number 53 can be represented as 2 'tens' and 33 'ones'.
False