Expanded Notation: showing the numerals full value.
So let's write the following in Expanded Notation;(i) 24,214 Twenty Four Thousand, Three Hundred and FourteenFirstly idientify your place values;
Now that we've idientified the place values we can start off with the 22 can be written as 2 lots of Ten-Thousands (2 x 10,000) 4 can be written as 4 lots of Thousands (4 x 1,000)3 can be written as 3 lots of Hundreds (3 x 100)1 can be written as 1 lot of Ten (1 x 10)4 can be written as 4 lots of one(units) (4 x 1)So now we will put this all together and write it as you would in your homework book!Expanded Notation for 24,314 is as follows;24,314 = (2 x 10,000) + (4 x 1,000) + (3 x 100) + (1 x 10) + (4 x 1)OK we'll do 1 more!(ii) 2,043,056 Two Million Forty Three Thousand and Fifty SixFirstly idientify your place values;
Now that we've idientified the place values we can start off with the 22 can be written as 2 lots of Milloins (2 x 1,000,000)0 can be written as zero Hundred-Thousands (0 x 100,000)4 can be written as 4 lots of Ten-Thousands (4 x 10,000)3 can be written as 3 lots of Thousands (3 x 1,000)0 can be written as zero Hundreds (0 x 100)5 can be written as 5 lots of Ten (5 x 10)6 can be written as 6 lots of one(units) (6 x 1)So now we will put this all together and write it as you would in your homework book!Expanded Notation for 2,043,056 is as follows;2,043,056 = (2 x 1,000,000) + (4 x 10,000) + (3 x 1,000) + (5 x 10) + (6 x 1)In the above equation written in expanded notation, you will see that I didn't write down the (0 x 100,000) nor the (0 x 100) as there is no value in either of them. So it is not necessary to include them in the equation at the end. |