What are Place Values?
A place value is a digit in a number. For instance, in the number 742, the 7 is in the hundreds spot, indicating a value of 600. The convention in math is to work in a base-ten system. The system has unique symbols to represent the numbers 0-9. There is not any unique symbol representing 10 or a larger number, nor is there a unique symbol to represent any infinite numbers between 0 and 1.
Missing Place Value
Write the missing place values that match the numbers.
Match the Value
This is a nice way to translate a number to individual place values.
Identifying place values (no decimals)
Write place value of underlined digit.