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50:50. 15. $1 Million. 14. $500,000. Welcome to Who Wants to be a Millionaire. 13. $250,000. 12. $125,000. 11. $64,000. 10. $32,000. 9. $16,000. 8. $8,000. 7. $4,000. 6. $2,000. 5. $1,000. 4. $500. 3. $300. 2. $200. 1. $100. Another. Ms. Grimes. Presentation. 15.

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Welcome toWho Wants to be a Millionaire

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Another

Ms. Grimes

Presentation


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Which digit is in the ten thousands place?

8,564,092

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A: 8

B: 6

C: 0

D: 4


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Which is the expanded form of 18,456

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A: 10,000+8,000+400+50+6

B: 18,000+456

D: 10,000+8,000+500+40+6

C: 18,000+400+50+6


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What is the place value of the underlined digit?

4,762,701

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A: ten thousands

B: hundred thousands

C: hundreds

D: millions


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Which number only has even digits in the thousands period?

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A: 1,234,567

B: 7,826,753

C: 3,456,432

D: 6,286,543


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What is the standard form of 3,000,000+500,000+ 70,000 6,000+300+5

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A: 357,635

B: 357,653

C: 3,576,350

D: 3,576,305


1 million

Congratulations!

Congratulations!

Congratulations!

You’ve Reached

the $1,000

Milestone!


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Which of these is six hundred fifty thousand, four hundred nine?

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A: 650,490

B: 650,409

C: 650,429

D: 6,549


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Which number is the same as 400,000+600+3?

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A: 463,000

B: 406,003

C: 400,603

D: 400,063


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What does the 7 represent in the number 24,789?

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A: 7 ones

B: 7 thousands

C: 7 ten thousands

D: 7 hundreds


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Which numeral is in the hundred thousands place in 693,724

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A: 6

B: 7

C: 9

D: 3


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Which statement is not true?

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A: 6,824 < 6,842

B: 1,856,986 < 1,865,986

C: 87,056 < 87,006

D: 45,721 > 45,127


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Congratulations!

Congratulations!

Congratulations!

You’ve Reached

the $32,000

Milestone!


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Sarah saw this number on a sign:

300+50+2

What form is this in?

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A: expanded

B: word

C: standard

D: extra long


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John checked out the Vikings’ score at halftime. What form did he see?

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A: expanded

B: word

C: standard

D: extra short


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Using the tiles, make the largest possible number with the first and third rows using different tiles.

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A: 987,654

B: 123,789

C: 978,153

D: 987,321


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Using all even tiles, make the smallest number possible.

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A: 2,468

B: 6,248

C: 4,628

D: 8,426


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Sally changed the 4 in the number 34,982 to a 1. How did she change the value?

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A: increased by 300

B: increased by 3,000

C: decreased by 300

D: decreased by 3,000


1 million

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