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The values of digits change depending on their place in a number. A two, for example, can be worth 2 units, 2 tens, 2 hundreds or 2 thousands, the equivalent of 2, 20, 200 and 2,000. So, which number would be the equivalent of 4 hundreds, 3 tens and 5 units? The answer is 435.














The 3 is in the ten thousands column so is worth 3 x 10,000 = 30,000

The 9 is in the hundreds column so is worth 9 x 100 = 900


62,782 has 6 ten thousands
2 one thousands 7 hundreds 8 tens and 2 units 
48,921 has 4 ten thousands
8 one thousands 9 hundreds 2 tens and 1 unit 

The 4 is in the hundred thousands column so is worth 4 x 100,000 = 400,000

The 1 is in the hundreds column so is worth 1 x 100 = 100


374,052 has 3 hundred thousands
7 ten thousands 4 one thousands 0 hundreds 5 tens and 2 units 
All the numbers are equivalent to 41,000 except 40,000 which is the smallest


The digit 6 is worth 600 so to change it to 900 you must add 300

The digit 9 is equivalent to 9,000 so to change it to 2,000 you must subtract 7,000
