## Introduction

Place value tells the value of a number/digit within a number. Numbers are noted as:

- Ones
- Tens
- Hundres
- Thousands
- Ten thousands
- Hundred thousands
- Millions

Numbers are placed right to left (starting with the ones column)

## Task

Draw a place value chart correctly.

Identify the value of the numbers in bold/underlined.

Write the value of numbers in words.

Write the numbers given in expanded form.

Write the standard form of the numbers given.

## Process

Hundreds | Tens | Ones | value |

3 | 5 |
0 | tens |

0 |
1 | 7 | hundreds |

The number 3**5**0 is placed on the place value chart from right to left starting with the ones column. The value of a number is determined by the column in which it appears.

Therefore, 5 in the tens column means 5x10 which can be written as 5 tens or 50.

**0**17, 0 in the hundreds column means that there are no hundreds.

NB 0 in any column means that there is nothing.