# Place Values in Words and Numbers

Here we will learn about the place values in words and numbers. We have seen that a digit written in a particular place has its value according to the place.

1 written in one’s place stand for                                       1

1 written in ten’s place stand for                                      10 (1 ten)

1 written in hundred’s place stand for                             100 (1 hundred)

2 written in one’s place stand for                                      2

2 written in ten’s place stand for                                     20 (2 tens)

2 written in hundred’s place stand for                            200 (2 hundreds)

3 written in one’s place stand for                                     3

3 written in ten’s place stand for                                    30 (3 tens)

3 written in hundred’s place stand for                           300 (3 hundreds)

4 written in one’s place stand for                                      4

4 written in ten’s place stand for                                     40 (4 tens)

4 written in hundred’s place stand for                            400 (4 hundreds)

5 written in one’s place stand for                                      5

5 written in ten’s place stand for                                     50 (5 tens)

5 written in hundred’s place stand for                            500 (5 hundreds)

6 written in one’s place stand for                                      6

6 written in ten’s place stand for                                     60 (6 tens)

6 written in hundred’s place stand for                            600 (6 hundreds)

7 written in one’s place stand for                                       7

7 written in ten’s place stand for                                     70 (7 tens)

7 written in hundred’s place stand for                            700 (7 hundreds)

8 written in one’s place stand for                                      8

8 written in ten’s place stand for                                     80 (8 tens)

8 written in hundred’s place stand for                            800 (8 hundreds)

9 written in one’s place stand for                                      9

9 written in ten’s place stand for                                     90 (9 tens)

9 written in hundred’s place stand for                            900 (9 hundreds)

Now to write the place values in words and numbers, such as 45, we see the number has two digits.  Each digit is a different place value.

The first digit i.e. 4 is called the tens' place. Here, there are 4 tens.

The last or right digit i.e. 5 is called the ones' place.

Therefore, in the number 45 = 4 tens plus 5 ones = 40 + 5 = 45.

Questions and Answers on Place Values in Words and Numbers:

1. Count and write the number of hundreds, tens and ones. One has done for you.

 (i) 2 hundreds20 tens200 ones (ii) ___ hundreds___ tens___ ones (iii) ___ hundreds___ tens___ ones (iv) ___ hundreds___ tens___ ones (v) ___ hundreds___ tens___ ones (vi) ___ hundreds___ tens___ ones (vii) ___ hundreds___ tens___ ones

1. (ii) 3 hundreds

30 tens

300 ones

(iii) 4 hundreds

40 tens

400 ones

(iv) 5 hundreds

50 tens

500 ones

(v) 6 hundreds

60 tens

600 ones

(vi) 7 hundreds

70 tens

700 ones

(vii) 8 hundreds

80 tens

800 ones

II. Count and write the number of hundreds, tens and ones. Then, write the number. One has done for you.

 (i) H    T    O3    3    6 336 (ii) H     T      O__    __    __ ___ (iii) H     T      O__    __    __ ___ (iv) H     T      O__    __    __ ___ (v) H     T      O__    __    __ ___ (vi) H     T      O__    __    __ ___

II.

 (ii) H     T      O   2     4      2 242 (iii) H     T      O   4    4     2 442 (iv) H     T      O   5     6      1 561 (v) H     T      O   7     1      3 713 (vi) H     T      O   8     8      8 888

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