# Math Place Value

0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9 are one-digit numbers. Numbers from 10 to 99 are two-digit numbers.

Let us look at the digit 6 in the number 64. It is in the tens place of the number.

 Tens Ones 6 4

6 tens = 60

So, the place value of 6 is 60.

Now let us look at the digit 4 in the number 64. It is in the ones place of the number.

4 ones = 4

So, its place value is 4.

Properties of Place Value:

I. Each digit in a number has a place value. The place a digit takes in a number tells us its place value.

II. The face value of a digit never changes.

III. The face value of a digit is the digit itself.

1. Write the face value and place value of digit 4 in the given numbers. One has been done for you.

 Tens Ones Face Value Place Value 4 6 4 40 7 4 _____ __________ 4 8 _____ __________ 1 4 _____ __________ 4 0 _____ __________ 9 4 _____ __________

1.

 Tens Ones Face Value Place Value 4 6 4 40 7 4 4 4 4 8 4 40 1 4 4 4 4 0 4 40 9 4 4 4

2. Write the face value and place value of the red and underlined digit in the given numbers. One has been done for you.

 Number Face Value Place Value 25 5 5 26 _____ _____ 56 _____ _____ 55 _____ _____ 64 _____ _____ 70 _____ _____ 62 _____ _____ 98 _____ _____

2.

 Number Face Value Place Value 25 5 5 26 2 20 56 6 6 55 5 50 64 6 60 70 7 70 62 2 2 98 9 90

3. Write the place value of each digit in the given numbers. One has been done for you.

 Number Name T O Place value of the digit at tens place Place value of the digit at ones place Seventy-six 7 6 70 6 Eighty-two ____ ____ ________ ________ Sixty-three ____ ____ ________ ________ Ninety-nine ____ ____ ________ ________ Fifty-eight ____ ____ ________ ________ Thirty-three ____ ____ ________ ________

3.

 Number Name T O Place value of the digit at tens place Place value of the digit at ones place Seventy-six 7 6 70 6 Eighty-two 8 2 80 2 Sixty-three 6 3 60 3 Ninety-nine 9 3 90 3 Fifty-eight 5 8 50 8 Thirty-three 3 3 30 3

Math Place Value Chart

In math place value chart we will learn numerals from 0 to 100. In place values the places of ones and tens are explained. Numbers from 1 to 9 and zero; learns ‘nine and one more is ten’; the numeral 10; two digit number names and numerals from 0-99 in ones (0 to 9), tens (10-19), twenties (20-29) etc. till nineties (90-99).

### Place Value of Numbers from 0 to 10:

 Number0 1 2345678910 Number Namezeroonetwothreefourfivesixseveneightnine ten

Numbers from 11-20, such as number 11 have two digits and each digit is in a different place value. The left digit is the tens place and in 11 there are 1 tens. The right digit or last digit is the ones place and there are 1 ones.
Therefore there are 1 tens plus 1 ones equals to 11

### Place Value of Numbers from 11 to 20:

 Number  11121314151617181920 Number Name ElevenTwelveThirteen FourteenFifteenSixteen SeventeenEighteenNineteenTwenty Tens 1111111112 Ones 1234567890

### Place Value of Numbers from 21 to 30:

 Number  21222324252627282930 Number Name Twenty-oneTwenty-twoTwenty-threeTwenty-fourTwenty-fiveTwenty-sixTwenty-seven Twenty-eightTwenty-nineThirty Tens 2222222223 Ones 1234567890

### Place Value of Numbers from 31 to 40:

 Number  31323334353637383940 Number Name Thirty-one Thirty-twoThirty-threeThirty-fourTwenty-fiveThirty-sixThirty-sevenThirty-eightThirty-nineForty Tens 3333333334 Ones 1234567890

### Place Value of Numbers from 41 to 50:

 Number  41424344454647484950 Number Name Forty-oneForty-twoForty-threeForty-fourForty-fiveForty-sixForty-sevenForty-eightForty-nineFifty Tens 4444444445 Ones 1234567890

### Place Value of Numbers from 51 to 60:

 Number  51525354555657585960 Number Name Fifty-oneFifty-twoFifty-threeFifty-fourFifty-fiveFifty-sixFifty-sevenFifty-eightFifty-nineSixty Tens 5555555556 Ones 1234567890

### Place Value of Numbers from 61 to 70:

 Number  61626364656667686970 Number Name Sixty-oneSixty-twoSixty-threeSixty-fourSixty-fiveSixty-sixSixty-sevenSixty-eightSixty-nineSeventy Tens 6666666667 Ones 1234567890

### Place Value of Numbers from 71 to 80:

 Number  71727374757677787980 Number Name Seventy-oneSeventy-twoSeventy-threeSeventy-fourSeventy-fiveSeventy-sixSeventy-sevenSeventy-eightSeventy-nineEighty Tens 7777777778 Ones 1234567890

### Place Value of Numbers from 81 to 90:

 Number  81828384858687888990 Number Name Eighty-oneEighty-twoEighty-threeEighty-fourEighty-fiveEighty-sixEighty-sevenEighty-eightEighty-nineNinety Tens 8888888889 Ones 1234567890

### Place Value of Numbers from 91 to 99:

 Number  919293949596979899 Number Name Ninety-oneNinety-twoNinety-threeNinety-fourNinety-fiveNinety-sixNinety-sevenNinety-eightNinety-nine Tens 888888888 Ones 123456789

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