3 Digits Number on Spike Abacus

Showing 3 digits number on spike abacus helps the children to understand the concept of numbers. Numbers from 100 to 999 are 3 digits number; we can use beads to show these numbers on spike abacus.

Examples showing 3 digits number on spike abacus:

(i)

3 Digits Number on Spike Abacus
                                    1                0                0

One hundred

In ones or unit place there is no beads that represents 0; in tens place also there is no bead that represents 0 and in hundreds place there is only 1 bead that represents 1.

(ii)

Showing 3 digits number on spike abacus
                                    2                3                1

Two hundred thirty one

In ones or unit place there is only one bead that represents 1; in tens place there are three beads that represents 3 and in hundreds place there are two beads that represents 2.


(iii)

Number on Spike Abacus
                                    3                4                4

Three hundred forty four

In ones or unit place there are four beads that represents 4; in tens place there are four beads that represents 4 and in hundreds place there are three beads that represents 3.

Related Concept

Formation of Numbers.

Finding Out the Numbers

Names of the Numbers.

Numbers Showing on Spike Abacus.

1 Digit Number on Spike Abacus.

2 Digits Number on Spike Abacus.

3 Digits Number on Spike Abacus.

4 Digits Number on Spike Abacus.

5 Digits Number on Spike Abacus.

Large Number.

Place Value Chart.

Place Value.

Problems Related to Place Value.

Expanded form of a Number.

Standard Form.

Comparison of Numbers.

Example on Comparison of Numbers.

Successor and Predecessor of a Whole Number.

Arranging Numbers.

Formation of Numbers with the Given Digits.

Formation of Greatest and Smallest Numbers.

Examples on the Formation of Greatest and the Smallest Number.

Rounding off Numbers.


4th Grade Math Activities

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