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## 5th Grade Place Value

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**5th GradePlace Value**Student Sample**Mississippi Framework Addressed**Number Sense 5th Grade 1. Analyze relationships among numbers and the four basic operations, compute fluently, and make reasonable estimates.**Objectives**I will be able to: • Write the standard, expanded, and word forms of whole numbers in the billions and identify the value of digits in whole numbers. • Compare and order whole numbers through billions. • Write decimals in standard form, word form, and expanded form through millionth. • Compare and order decimals through thousandths.**Vocabulary**• Less than (<) – a symbol used to show numbers less than another • Equals (=) a symbol used to show numbers having the same value • Greater than (>) – a symbol used to show numbers greater than another**Vocabulary**• Digit – The symbols used to show numbers: 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9. • Standard Form – A common way of writing a number with commas separating groups of three digits starting from the right. • Word Form – A number written in words using place value. • Expanded Form – A way to write a number that shows the place value of each digit.**Standard Form**1,342,365.1427**Expanded Form**1,000,000+300,000+40,000+2,000+300+60+5+0.1000+0.0400+0.0020+0.0007**Word Form**One Million, Three Hundred Forty-Two Thousand, Three Hundred Five and One Thousand Four Hundred Twenty-Seven Thousandths**How to compare numbers**1 2 3 Line up the numbers Compare at highest place value If numbers are the same go to next digit to the right 12,391 8,971 13,762 12,391 8,971 13,762 12,391 8,971 13,762**Remember! The hungry alligator always eats the largest**number.**Write < > or =**53,931 < 54,931**Write < > or =**53,931 > 4,931**Write < > or =**> 183,359 94,931**Write < > or =**< 89,359 194,931**Write < > or =**> 1,077 107**Write < > or =**= 1,789 1,789**Write < > or =**< 50,000 Five thousand**Write < > or =**> 306 3 hundreds 6 tens**Write < > or =**< 1,000+700+3 1,730**If you know how to compare numbers, you know how to put them**in order Put these numbers in order from greatest to least 1,730 14 569 9,271 2 4 3 1**Put these numbers in order fromgreatest to least**35,872 36,872 569 9 2 1 3 4**Put these numbers in order fromleast to greatest**145,872 6,872 569 91 4 3 2 1**Put these numbers in order fromleast to greatest**5,872 5,832 5,991 910 3 2 4 1