# Partitioning numbers in different ways

## Lesson details

### Key learning points

1. In this lesson, we will use a die to create three digit numbers and then partition them in a variety of ways beyond simply partitioning hundreds, tens and ones.

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## Starter quiz

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### 5 Questions

Q1.
How would I write the number 'seven hundred and forty two' in numerals?
700402
7402
Q2.
How would I write the number one hundred and four in numerals?
1004
140
Q3.
How would I write the number 'six hundred and twenty' in numerals?
60020
602
6020
Q4.
In the number '201', the 0 represents
0 Hundreds
0 ones
Q5.
In the number '620', the 0 represents
0 hundreds
0 tens

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### 5 Questions

Q1.
All of these answers are different ways of partitioning the number 121- which one is wrong?
Correct answer: 1 hundred 2 ones and 1 ten
1 hundred 2 tens and one one
1 hundred twenty one ones
Q2.
All of these answers are different ways of partitioning the number 345- which one is wrong?
Correct answer: 3 hundreds 4 ones and 5 tens
3 hundreds 4 tens and 5 ones
3 hundreds 45 ones
Q3.
Which is a correct way of partitioning the number 281?
Correct answer: 2 hundred 8 tens 1 one
28 hundreds and 1 one
281 tens
Q4.
Which is a correct way of partitioning the number 742?
Correct answer: 7 hundreds 4 tens and 2 ones
72 hundreds and 4 tens
74 hundreds and 2 tens
Q5.
How can I partition the number 123?
Correct answer: 1 hundred 2 tens and 3ones
1 hundred 23 tens
123 tens