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Face Value

Definition: In a number, face value of a digit is the digit itself.

Examples: face value of 7 in the number 17321 is 7. Face value of each digit in the number 3167 is shown below. Place Value

Definition: Place value of a digit in a number is the digit multiplied by its position value.

Examples: face value of 7 in the number 17321 is 7. Face value of each digit in the number 3167 is shown below. • As we move left on the place value chart the place value increases by 10. Examples: place value of 4 in the number 15, 321 is 5 × 1000 = 5000.
The place value of each digit in the number 5168 is shown below. Expanded Form

We can write a number in expanded form by the number as the sum of the place values of its digits.

Examples: expanded form of the number 4130 is written as 4000 + 100 + 30 + 1.

Expanded form of the number 12731 is shown below. Standard Form

A number written in its small form using its digits.

Examples:1750, 25,750, 1300, etc.

Question:Write the given numbers in the standard form:

1. 50,000 + 2,000 + 500 + 10 + 3
2. 3,000 + 20 + 1

1. The number is 52,513.

2. The number is 3,021.

Relation between 10 and 100:

10 tens make 1 hundred. Relation between 100 and 1000:

10 hunndreds make 1 thousand. Did you know? Misconceptions:  • -