Reading and writing 3 digit numbers

Reading and writing 3 digit numbers

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Key learning points

  1. In this lesson, we will use place value charts and Dienes blocks to help us read and write three digit numbers

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5 Questions

Q1.
How would I write the number 'seven hundred and forty two' in numerals?
700402
7402
Correct answer: 742
Q2.
How would I write the number one hundred and four in numerals?
1004
Correct answer: 104
140
Q3.
How would I write the number 'six hundred and twenty' in numerals?
60020
602
6020
Correct answer: 620
Q4.
In the number '201', the 0 represents
0 Hundreds
0 ones
Correct answer: 0 Tens
Q5.
In the number '620', the 0 represents
0 hundreds
Correct answer: 0 ones
0 tens

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UnitMaths / Place value