Introduction To Place Value | Place Value (tens And Hundreds) | Early Math | Khan Academy


Learn why we use a “ones place” and a “tens place” when writing numbers. This video uses the number 37 as an example.
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17 thoughts

  1. its your fault now i have to watch this everyday and my parents deleted mine craft and rob lox and i never played it again all cause of you :[

  2. omg mary G. its becase u use a lot of minecraft i know how u feel one time that happend to me i use a lot of minecraft than i got more dum i love minecraft still but i learnd my lesson i went to far with minecraft

  3. “10 fingers” actually not true ” It’s therefore more accurate to describe a thumb as one of five digits that we have on each hand, rather than as a finger. ‘Digit’ is the technical term which covers fingers, thumbs, and toes in humans, and similar appendages in some animals. The thumb is the short, thick first digit of the human hand.”

  4. can you please tell me where to the intro video of hundreds there only the comparision and practise

    SAL said that he will discuss it in the future video in the intro to place value
    PLEASE HELP BROTHER!!!!!!!!

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