Relationships Between Digits
Relationship Between the Values of Digits & Powers Of 10
Learning Targets:
**I can explain the relationship between the value of digits in numbers to the millions down to the thousandths place values.
 **I can explain the relationship between a digit and how it is both ten times greater than the value of the digit on its right and ten times less than the value of the digit on the left.
 **I can multiply and divide a digit by powers of ten.
Understanding the Relationship of the Value of Digits
Please note they can also write this relationship a THIRD WAY and will be EXPECTED to know this for the assessment:
WAY 3= .01 is 1/1,000 (written in FRACTIONAL FORM) of the value of 10.
Please note they can also write this relationship a THIRD WAY and will be EXPECTED to know this for the assessment:
WAY 3= .01 is 1/1,000 (written in FRACTIONAL FORM) of the value of 10.
Video Review of Powers of 10 Video
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Review of Relationships Between Digits in a Number
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Review of Relationships Between Digits in a Number
Or...go to learnzillion.com and click in code: LZ2676
During this first quarter we will be learning about/reviewing patterns and strategies in multiplication. We will begin by focusing on Place Value (the relationship between the values of digits in numbers) and the Powers of 10. This was touched on in 4th grade.
< Parent informational letter on our first unitGREAT RESOURCE!!

< Look at the number TO THE LEFT. Look at the 3s. The first 3 is in the HUNDRED THOUSANDS place. If you hop to the right 3 spaces, you land on the other 3. This second 3 is in the HUNDREDS place. (Every time you hop one space, you are multiplying by 10or x10. So if you hop three times it becomes 10x10x10 or 1,000.)
 The VALUE of the first 3 is 300,000.
 The VALUE of the second 3 is 300.
 300,000 is 1,000 times larger than the value of 300.
 300 is 1,000 times smaller than the value of 300,000.