Place Value NBT.1, NBT.2

by Rekina Lecount

| 8 Questions1

1

How many different ways can you use base ten blocks to show 293?

2

1

Mira has $3,000 in her bank account. James has $30 in his bank account. Which statement is true?

A. Mira has two times as much money as James.

B. James has two times as much money as Mira.

C. Mira has 100 times as much money as James.

D. James has 100 times as much money as Mira.

3

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The pencil factory made only 4,400 glitter pencils on Tuesday. Kevin read that number as “four thousand, four hundred.” Jason read the number as “44 hundred.” Who read the number correctly? Use pictures, numbers, or words to explain your answer.

4

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How does attaching a zero to the end of a number affect the value of the number? For example, changing the number 7,500 to 75,000.

A. Attaching a zero does not change the value, because zero has no value.

B. Attaching a zero makes the number ten times greater.

C. Attaching a zero does not change the value, but it does move the digits.

D. Attaching a zero makes the number one hundred times greater.

5

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Compare using >, <, or =. Write your answer and show your work.

1 ten thousand 10,000

200 thousands + 4 hundreds 204,000

6 thousands + 7 ones 4 thousands + 4 hundreds

1,000,000 1 hundred thousand

6

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Cameron’s Number - 431,589 Tommie’s Number - 341,589

Cameron said, “The 3 in my number is worth 10 times as much as the 3 in Tommie’s number.”

Which statement about Cameron’s statement is true?

A. Cameron is correct because 30,000 is 10 times as much as 300,000.

B. Cameron is incorrect because 30,000 is 10 times fewer than 300,000.

C. Cameron is correct because the 3 in her number is worth 3,000,000.

D. Cameron is incorrect because the 3 in her number is worth 300.

7

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Which number sentence is true? Explain your answer.

a) 500+30+4=5,034

b) 500+30+4=500,034

c) 500+30+4=534

d) 500+30+4=50,034

8

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What is the place of the underlined digit in 172,482?

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