Whole Numbers and Place Value

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About Whole Numbers

What are whole numbers? Whole numbers are those numbers that are without decimals, negative signs, or fractions. Lean more about it and the Place Value in this activity.

Whole numbers are a set of numbers that include zero and all positive integers. They are used to represent quantities that cannot be expressed as a fraction or a decimal. Whole numbers can be used for counting, measuring, and keeping track of things.

Place value is the value assigned to a digit based on its position within a number. It is used to read and write numbers accurately and to perform operations on them. In a whole number, the rightmost digit is in the ones place, the second digit from the right is in the tens place, the third digit is in the hundreds place, and so on. The value of each digit is determined by its place value. For example, in the number 732, the digit 7 is in the hundreds place, so its value is 700. The digit 3 is in the tens place, so its value is 30. And the digit 2 is in the ones place, so its value is 2.

Understanding whole numbers and place value is important for building a foundation in mathematics. It allows us to work with numbers efficiently and accurately, and to perform more complex operations as we progress in our mathematical studies.

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