# Place Value to 3 Decimal Places

## Lesson details

### Key learning points

1. In this lesson, we will explore a variety of ways of representing numbers up to three decimal places.

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## Starter quiz

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### 4 Questions

Q1.
What is the relationship between 0.004 and 0.4?
It is 10 times smaller than 0.4
It is 100 times greater than 0.4
Correct answer: It is 100 times smaller than 0.4
It is 1000 times smaller than 0.4
Q2.
1.35 = 1 + ____ + 0.05
0.03
3
30
Q3.
2.532 is equivalent to what?
2 thousandths
2532 hundredths
532 hundredths
Q4.
0.45 can also be represented in which way?
45
45 tenths
45 thousandths

## Exit quiz

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### 4 Questions

Q1.
What is the relationship between one hundredth and one thousandth?
One thousandth is one thousand times smaller than one hundredth
One thousandth is ten times larger than one hundredth
Correct answer: One thousandth is ten times smaller than one hundredth
Q2.
If one bead on a bead string represents one thousandth, how many beads would you need to represent one?
Q3.
When you are comparing the decimal numbers 1.234 and 1.256, which place value column is the most important to decide which is the largest?
The ones
The tenths
The thousandths
Q4.
If I am representing the decimal number 3.609 using place value counters, which place value column will be empty?
The hundreds column