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Transcript of Place Value
Music by Ben Jacobs, Lyrics by Tim Bedley
The digits, the digits, they each have a name
Memorize ‘em, Understand ‘em is the game
We start at the decimal, to the left we move
Each place is 10 times bigger, multiply ‘em and we prove
The digits, the digits, they fit in so tight
Greater to the left and lesser to the right
Starting at the decimal, sandwiched in between
Zeroes hold the empty places, haven’t you seen?
The digits, the digits, each one means a lot
You can’t leave ‘em out of the place value spot
Reading big numbers each comma’s a word
“Thousand, Million, Billion,” commas, haven’t you heard? Word!
Ones, Tens, Hundreds, Comma
Thousands, Ten Thousands, Hundred Thousands, Comma
Millions, Ten Millions, Hundred Millions, Comma
Billions, Ten Billions, Hundred Billions, Comma
Let’s take it to the right of the decimal point
We’ve got tenths, hundredths, thousandths, ten thousandths
Smaller than a 1 with a T H Vocabulary ten-thousandths
one of 10,000 equal Parts
one of 100,000 equal part
one of 1,000,000 equal parts
.000001 Place Value Chart FORMS STANDARD FORM
5,913,603,800 WORD FORM
five thousand, two hundred forty four
the decimal point becomes the word and
5.6 is five and six tenths
5000+200+40+4 Place Value
Powers of Ten
1.2 Vocabulary Power of ten
number that can be written as a product of tens
the number that is used as a factor when evaluating powers
the large sized number exponents
the number in a power that tells how many times the base is used as a factor
the small sized raised number Tips If the exponent is a positive draw that many blanks with the base in front
1 x 10 to the 4 is 1_ _ _ _
Then you are ready to add the other numbers in their spots. Remember what ever is the exponent that is the number of blanks that need to be behind it! if the exponent is negative then that is exactly the number of spaces behind the decimal.
1 x 10 to the negative 4 is ._ _ _1