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In this lesson, we will learn:

- The names and values of place values to the millions
- How to write large whole numbers up to millions in standard form, expanded form, and written form

**Place value**names can be memorized by looking at the pattern of every three place values

- The
**standard form**of large whole numbers should have**commas**(,) or spaces between every three place values (every 3 digits, starting from the ones place) - Ex. 43528796 should be written as: 43 528 796 OR 43,528,796 for clarity
- The value of each digit of each place value is related to powers of 10:

- The
**expanded form**of a number shows all the values of each digit as a sum with either addition only OR both addition and multiplication. - Ex. 126 in expanded form is:

- The
**written form**of a number uses words to name the whole number - Name each group of 3 digits, then write the name of the group ("million" or "thousand")
- Ex. 143,528,796 in written form is:

- IntroductionIntroduction to Whole Number Place Values up to Millions:a)Naming and understanding whole number place values up to the millions groupb)Write large whole numbers in standard formc)Writing large whole numbers in expanded formd)Writing large whole numbers in written form
- 1.
**Writing place value names up to millions**

Write the place value name for the underlined digit.a)__6__706b)__2__35,914c)__8__,706,539d)9__4__1 285 734 - 2.
**Writing values of place value digits up to millions**

Write the value of the 7 in the number.a)5,719b)372 048c)764,158,609 - 3.
**Place values up to millions in expanded form**

Fill in each box with the value of each digit and then write in expanded form (with both multiplication and addition).a)12,914b)360,578c)54 196 784 - 4.
**Place values up to millions in standard form**

Turn the written number into a number in standard form.a)four hundred sixty-two thousand eight hundred thirteenb)fifty million six hundred ninety-seven thousand three hundred eighty-fourc)two hundred eighty-six million one hundred forty-five thousand three hundred seventy - 5.
**Place values up to millions in written form**

Write each number with words (in written form).a)The planet Jupiter has a distance of 778,330,000 km from the sun.b)The circumference of Earth is about 40,075,017 m.