Expanded form decimals Video transcript I want to write this expression here as a decimal. And the first question that might pop in your head is do I multiply 4 times 1, then add 3, then multiply 1, then add 67, then multiply by 1 over 1,? Or do I do the multiplication first?
Expanded form decimals Video transcript I want to write this expression here as a decimal. And the first question that might pop in your head is do I multiply 4 times 1, then add 3, then multiply 1, then add 67, then multiply by 1 over 1,? Or do I do the multiplication first? To answer that question, we just have to remind ourselves about order of operations.
Order of operations, if you have a bunch of multiplication and addition in a row like this, you will do the multiplication first. Let me put some parentheses here to remind us of that.
What is 67 times 1 thousandth? Actually, let me write them all over here. Or we could represent this as 60 over 1, plus 7 over 1, Well, 60 over 1, is 6 hundredths.
So let me put that in a different color. So you could view this is 67 thousandths. Or you could view this is 6 hundredths and 7 thousandths.
So we have 4 million. So the 4 in the millions place literally represents 4 million. Then we have no hundred thousands. We have no ten thousands. But then we have 3, So the 3 is in the thousands place. Let me put a comma here, so we can keep track of things.
And then we have no hundreds. We have no tens. We have no ones.
But we do have some hundredths. We have 6 hundredths. And then we have some thousandths. We have 7 thousandths.
So we put that 7 in the thousandths place. So we could read this 4 million, 3 thousand, 6 hundredths and 7 thousandths. Or we could read it as 4 million, 3 thousand, and 67 thousandths.Fractions, Decimals, Percentages: Interactive Teaching Resources.
A collection of resources for the teaching and learning of fractions,decimals and percentages on . Basics. BCD takes advantage of the fact that any one decimal numeral can be represented by a four bit pattern.
The most obvious way of encoding digits is "natural BCD" (NBCD), where each decimal digit is represented by its corresponding four-bit binary value, as shown in the following table.
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kcc1 Count to by ones and by tens. kcc2 Count forward beginning from a given number within the known sequence (instead of having to begin at 1). kcc3 Write numbers from 0 to Represent a number of objects with a written numeral (with 0 representing a count of no objects).
kcc4a When counting objects, say the number names in the standard order, pairing each object with one and only. Learn to write numbers in expanded form!
This worksheet focuses on decimals and how to write them in expanded form using fractions. Then, practice taking numbers written in expanded form and convert them to decimals.