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Three-Digit Numbers. Lesson 3.5:. Application Problem. Freddy has $250 in ten dollar bills. a. How many ten dollar bills does Freddy have? b. He gave 6 ten dollar bills to his brother. How many ten dollar bills does he have left? What can you draw to help you solve the problem?.

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## Three-Digit Numbers

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**Three-Digit Numbers**Lesson 3.5:**Application Problem**• Freddy has $250 in ten dollar bills. • a. How many ten dollar bills does Freddy have? • b. He gave 6 ten dollar bills to his brother. How many ten dollar bills does he have left? • What can you draw to help you solve the problem?**Application Problem**• Possible solutions for Part A. • Draw tens and skip-counted by 10 all the way up to 250. • Count by tens up to $250 and kept track with a tally. • I know 10 tens are in 100, so I drew 2 bundles of 100 and wrote 10 under each one. And I know 50 is 5 tens. So I counted 10, 20, 25 tens. • How many ten dollar bills does Freddy have? • Freddy has 25 ten dollar bills.**Application Problem**• We know that Freddy has 25 ten dollar bills. • Part B: He gave 6 ten dollar bills to his brother. How many ten dollar bills does he have left? • Draw and solve Part B?**Application Problem**• Solution to Part B • We can cross off 6 tens and counted how many were left. • How many ten dollar bills does Freddy have left? • Freddy has 19 ten dollar bills!**Number Bonds**• 243 • Write in word form. • 2 hundreds 4 tens 3 ones**Place Value**• 243 • How many hundreds? • How many tens? • How many ones? • We now have represented 243 on the place value chart as a number. It is up to you to know the units represented and to remember that 2 hundreds has a different value than 2 ones. 4 3 2**Place Value**• Value is what something is worth. • The value of the 2 is 2 hundreds. • What is the value of the 4? • What is the value of the 3? • We know the value because of the position of the number.**Number Bonds**• 605 • Write in word form. • 6 hundreds 5 ones**Place Value**• 605 • How many hundreds? • How many tens? • How many ones? • What is the value of the 6? • What is the value of the 0? • What is the value of the 5? 5 0 6**Number Bonds**• 416 • Write in word form. • 4 hundreds 1 ten 6 ones**Place Value**• 416 • How many hundreds? • How many tens? • How many ones? • What is the value of the 4? • What is the value of the 1? • What is the value of the 6? 4 1 6**Number Bonds**• 750 • Write in word form. • 7 hundreds 5 tens**Place Value**• 750 • How many hundreds? • How many tens? • How many ones? • What is the value of the 7? • What is the value of the 5? • What is the value of the 0? 5 0 7

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