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Place Value (Year 6)
992.9 is the same as 992910

Place Value (Year 6)

By the time you're in Year Six in KS2 Maths, you'll be a pro at place values! Imagine numbers are like teams, and each digit has a special role. They change their power depending on where they stand in the number lineup. Even after the dot (decimal point), we have tiny teams - tenths, hundredths, and thousandths! We've got placeholders too, like zeros at the end, helping us know if a number is big or super big, like 10, 100, or 1,000!

Let's play a fun quiz to see how much you know about these number adventures! Perfect for cool kids aged 10-11.

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1.
What is the value of the digit 9 in 128.96?
9 hundredths
9 tenths
9 ones
9 tens
The first column after the decimal point is tenths so the 9 = 910
2.
Which is the smallest of these numbers?
45 tenths
45 tens
45 hundredths
45 ones
45 hundredths is equal to 0.45
3.
Which is the number that is equivalent to one hundred and forty two point eight seven?
14.287
142.87
1,428.7
142,087
142.87 has 1 hundred
4 tens
2 ones
8 tenths
and 7 hundredths
4.
Which digit is a place holder?
0
1
2
9
0s at the start or end of a number are place holders
5.
What needs to be added to 45.612 to make 45.682?
7
0.7
0.007
0.07
The 1 and the 8 are both in the hundredths column so 7100 or 0.07 must be added
6.
When 24,597 is multiplied by 100, what will we get?
245.97
245,970
2,459.7
2,459,700
To multiply by 100 move the numbers two places to the left
7.
What does the digit 3 in 62.13 represent?
3 hundredths
3 tenths
3 ones
3 tens
Numbers to the right of a decimal point represent 10ths 100ths 1,000ths 10,000ths etc...
8.
When we multiply a digit by ten what should we move?
We should move the digits one place to the left
We should move the digits one place to the right
We should move the digits ten places to the left
We should move the digits ten places to the right
So 300 x 10 = 3,000
9.
When we divide a number by one hundred what should we move?
We should move the digits one place to the left
We should move the digits one place to the right
We should move the digits two places to the left
We should move the digits two places to the right
So 300 divided by 100 = 3
10.
When 59,762 is divided by 10, what will we get?
59,7620
5,976.00
5,976.2
5,976,200
To divide by 10 move the numbers one place to the right
You can find more about this topic by visiting BBC Bitesize - Place value

Author:  Amanda Swift

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