<%@LANGUAGE=VBScript%> Math Matters Level 5 - Chapter 1- Lesson 2  KING'S CHESS REWARD

 Legend has it, that a long time ago a Chinese king had a faithful and clever servant who invented the game of chess. The king asked him what he would like as his reward for this wonderful game. The servant said that he wanted a grain of rice on the first square and two on the second square and so forth doubling the grains of rice on each square. For this example we are using the number of grains of rice through 27 squares on the chessboard which would total 67,108,864 grains of rice.

 It would take 3 large bags of rice to equal the amount of rice from the first 27 squares of the chessboard. Write 67,108,864 three different ways then put them in a place value chart. 1. Short word form: 67 million, 108 thousand, 864. 2. Expanded form: 60,000,000 + 7,000,000+100,000+8,000+800+60+4. 3. Standard form: 67,108,864.

 BILLIONS   MILLIONS   6 7
 THOUSANDS   1 0 8
 HUNDREDS   8 6 4

 Type the number 12,345,678 in the place value chart below.

 BILLIONS   MILLIONS   THOUSANDS   HUNDREDS   EXERCISES Now write 12,345,678. 1. Short word form 2. Expanded form 3. Standard form

 Write each of the following in short word form. 4. 3,560,099 5. 950,382 6. 39,678,381

 Write the following in standard form. 7. 600,000+50,000+2,000+300+7 8. 32 million, 379 thousand, 408 9. 398 thousand, 6 10. 200,000+500+20+8

 Choose a correct number for each of the following. 11. Write any number with an 8 in the hundred thousands place. 12. Write any number that has a 2 in the millions place. 13. Write any number that has 20 thousands + 3 thousands. 14. Write the number that is 10 thousand less than 845,340. Practice place value chart. Here you can practice what you have learned in the lesson. Practice writing numbers in the Place Value Chart and in Short word, Expanded, and Standard forms.

 BILLIONS   MILLIONS   THOUSANDS   HUNDREDS   Short Word Form Expanded Form Standard Form

REVIEW Use pencil and paper to solve the following.
1. Is 5/8 greater than 3/8 ?
Draw a picture to show your answer.

2. Is 0.7 greater than 0.9?
Use these boxes to show your answer.
Fill in the blanks with the correct whole number.
3. 0, 1, ___ , 3, ___ , 5, 6, 7, ___ , 9, 10

4. What whole number comes after 2,098? ______

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