# Identifying tens and ones in a 2-digit number

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### Key learning points

1. In this lesson, we will use resources to show how many tens and ones there are in a 2-digit number.

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### 5 Questions

Q1.
In this representation there are 3 groups of ten apples and 4 leftover. True or False?
False
Q2.
How many groups of ten apples are there in this representation?
40
5
50
Q3.
How many groups of ten squares are there in this representation?
4 groups of ten
Correct answer: 5 groups of ten
57 groups of ten
6 groups of ten
Q4.
What does this image represent?
4 groups of ten
Correct answer: 4 groups of ten and 8 leftover
5 groups of ten
5 groups of ten and 8 leftover
Q5.
This image represents 4 groups of ten. True or False?
True

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### 5 Questions

Q1.
This image represents the 2-digit number 53. True or false?
False
Q2.
How many tens are there in this representation?
30
5
8
Q3.
Which image represents this 2-digit number?
Option 1
Option 2
Option 4
Q4.
What 2-digit number does this image represent?
40
50
64
Q5.
What 2-digit number does this image represent?
15
70