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Using Place Value to Write Numbers. Lesson 1-1. Writing Numbers. Identify the number of places needed by counting out place values. Look for the largest and smallest place values. Make blanks for each of those places.

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### Using Place Value to Write Numbers

Lesson 1-1

Writing Numbers
• Identify the number of places needed by counting out place values. Look for the largest and smallest place values.
• Make blanks for each of those places.
• Put the decimal point in the correct place between the whole numbers and the decimals.
• Fill the numbers into the correct places.
Five thousand, six hundred three and nineteen thousandths
• Look for the word “and.”
• If you see one, make a decimal point.

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Five thousand, six hundred three and nineteen thousandths

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2) Identify the largest whole number place value. Make that many blanks to the left of the decimal point.

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Five thousand, six hundred three and nineteen thousandths

3) Write these numbers on the correct blank.

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4) Put zeros in places where there are no values.

Five thousand, six hundred three and nineteen thousandths

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4) Identify the smallest decimal place value. Make that many blanks to the right of the decimal point.

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Five thousand, six hundred three and nineteen thousandths

4) Identify how many of that place value exists. The last digit of that number MUST be put on the last blank (farthest from the zero).

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Five thousand, six hundred three and nineteen thousandths

5) Fill in any extra empty blanks (near the decimal point) with zeroes.

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Thirty thousand fifty and nine hundredths

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30,050.09