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Convert Between Place Values (Ten Thousands-Thousands)

To convert between ten thousands and thousands, you can multiply or divide by 10, as there are 10 thousands in one ten thousand.

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Fill in the value that correctly balances the equation:

35 ten thousands =
thousands

Check

The answer is : 350 thousands

Explanation:

Hundred Thousands
Ten Thousands
Thousands
Hundreds
Tens
Ones

When we move a digit to the right, we multiply it by 10 for each place you move it.

When we move a digit to the left, we divide it by 10 for each place you move it.

35 ten thousands = __?__ thousands

Here it moves from ten thousands to thousands , which is one digit to the right. So, we multiply it by 10.

We have:

35 ten thousands = 35 × 10 thousands

So, 35 ten thousands = 350 thousands

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Fill in the value that correctly balances the equation:

17 ten thousands =
thousands

Check

The answer is : 170 thousands

Explanation:

Hundred Thousands
Ten Thousands
Thousands
Hundreds
Tens
Ones

When we move a digit to the right, we multiply it by 10 for each place you move it.

When we move a digit to the left, we divide it by 10 for each place you move it.

17 ten thousands = __?__ thousands

Here it moves from ten thousands to thousands , which is one digit to the right. So, we multiply it by 10.

We have:

17 ten thousands = 17 × 10 thousands

So, 17 ten thousands = 170 thousands

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Grade 3/Numbers and Comparing/Convert Between Place Values

Fill in the value that correctly balances the equation:

25 ten thousands =
thousands

Check

The answer is : 250 thousands

Explanation:

Hundred Thousands
Ten Thousands
Thousands
Hundreds
Tens
Ones

When we move a digit to the right, we multiply it by 10 for each place you move it.

When we move a digit to the left, we divide it by 10 for each place you move it.

25 ten thousands = __?__ thousands

Here it moves from ten thousands to thousands , which is one digit to the right. So, we multiply it by 10.

We have:

25 ten thousands = 25 × 10 thousands

So, 25 ten thousands = 250 thousands

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Grade 3/Numbers and Comparing/Convert Between Place Values

Fill in the value that correctly balances the equation:

41 ten thousands =
thousands

Check

The answer is : 410 thousands

Explanation:

Hundred Thousands
Ten Thousands
Thousands
Hundreds
Tens
Ones

When we move a digit to the right, we multiply it by 10 for each place you move it.

When we move a digit to the left, we divide it by 10 for each place you move it.

41 ten thousands = __?__ thousands

Here it moves from ten thousands to thousands , which is one digit to the right. So, we multiply it by 10.

We have:

41 ten thousands = 41 × 10 thousands

So, 41 ten thousands = 410 thousands

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Grade 3/Numbers and Comparing/Convert Between Place Values

Fill in the value that correctly balances the equation:

9 ten thousands =
thousands

Check

The answer is : 90 thousands

Explanation:

Hundred Thousands
Ten Thousands
Thousands
Hundreds
Tens
Ones

When we move a digit to the right, we multiply it by 10 for each place you move it.

When we move a digit to the left, we divide it by 10 for each place you move it.

9 ten thousands = __?__ thousands

Here it moves from ten thousands to thousands , which is one digit to the right. So, we multiply it by 10.

We have:

9 ten thousands = 9 × 10 thousands

So, 9 ten thousands = 90 thousands

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Grade 3/Numbers and Comparing/Convert Between Place Values

Fill in the value that correctly balances the equation:

89 ten thousands =
thousands

Check

The answer is : 890 thousands

Explanation:

Hundred Thousands
Ten Thousands
Thousands
Hundreds
Tens
Ones

When we move a digit to the right, we multiply it by 10 for each place you move it.

When we move a digit to the left, we divide it by 10 for each place you move it.

89 ten thousands = __?__ thousands

Here it moves from ten thousands to thousands , which is one digit to the right. So, we multiply it by 10.

We have:

89 ten thousands = 89 × 10 thousands

So, 89 ten thousands = 890 thousands

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Grade 3/Numbers and Comparing/Convert Between Place Values

Fill in the value that correctly balances the equation:

65 ten thousands =
thousands

Check

The answer is : 650 thousands

Explanation:

Hundred Thousands
Ten Thousands
Thousands
Hundreds
Tens
Ones

When we move a digit to the right, we multiply it by 10 for each place you move it.

When we move a digit to the left, we divide it by 10 for each place you move it.

65 ten thousands = __?__ thousands

Here it moves from ten thousands to thousands , which is one digit to the right. So, we multiply it by 10.

We have:

65 ten thousands = 65 × 10 thousands

So, 65 ten thousands = 650 thousands

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Grade 3/Numbers and Comparing/Convert Between Place Values

Fill in the value that correctly balances the equation:

33 ten thousands =
thousands

Check

The answer is : 330 thousands

Explanation:

Hundred Thousands
Ten Thousands
Thousands
Hundreds
Tens
Ones

When we move a digit to the right, we multiply it by 10 for each place you move it.

When we move a digit to the left, we divide it by 10 for each place you move it.

33 ten thousands = __?__ thousands

Here it moves from ten thousands to thousands , which is one digit to the right. So, we multiply it by 10.

We have:

33 ten thousands = 33 × 10 thousands

So, 33 ten thousands = 330 thousands

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Grade 3/Numbers and Comparing/Convert Between Place Values

Fill in the value that correctly balances the equation:

19 ten thousands =
thousands

Check

The answer is : 190 thousands

Explanation:

Hundred Thousands
Ten Thousands
Thousands
Hundreds
Tens
Ones

When we move a digit to the right, we multiply it by 10 for each place you move it.

When we move a digit to the left, we divide it by 10 for each place you move it.

19 ten thousands = __?__ thousands

Here it moves from ten thousands to thousands , which is one digit to the right. So, we multiply it by 10.

We have:

19 ten thousands = 19 × 10 thousands

So, 19 ten thousands = 190 thousands

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Grade 3/Numbers and Comparing/Convert Between Place Values

Fill in the value that correctly balances the equation:

59 ten thousands =
thousands

Check

The answer is : 590 thousands

Explanation:

Hundred Thousands
Ten Thousands
Thousands
Hundreds
Tens
Ones

When we move a digit to the right, we multiply it by 10 for each place you move it.

When we move a digit to the left, we divide it by 10 for each place you move it.

59 ten thousands = __?__ thousands

Here it moves from ten thousands to thousands , which is one digit to the right. So, we multiply it by 10.

We have:

59 ten thousands = 59 × 10 thousands

So, 59 ten thousands = 590 thousands

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Grade 3/Numbers and Comparing/Convert Between Place Values

Fill in the value that correctly balances the equation:

36 ten thousands =
thousands

Check

The answer is : 360 thousands

Explanation:

Hundred Thousands
Ten Thousands
Thousands
Hundreds
Tens
Ones

When we move a digit to the right, we multiply it by 10 for each place you move it.

When we move a digit to the left, we divide it by 10 for each place you move it.

36 ten thousands = __?__ thousands

Here it moves from ten thousands to thousands , which is one digit to the right. So, we multiply it by 10.

We have:

36 ten thousands = 36 × 10 thousands

So, 36 ten thousands = 360 thousands

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Grade 3/Numbers and Comparing/Convert Between Place Values

Fill in the value that correctly balances the equation:

100 ten thousands =
thousands

Check

The answer is : 1000 thousands

Explanation:

Hundred Thousands
Ten Thousands
Thousands
Hundreds
Tens
Ones

When we move a digit to the right, we multiply it by 10 for each place you move it.

When we move a digit to the left, we divide it by 10 for each place you move it.

100 ten thousands = __?__ thousands

Here it moves from ten thousands to thousands , which is one digit to the right. So, we multiply it by 10.

We have:

100 ten thousands = 100 × 10 thousands

So, 100 ten thousands = 1000 thousands

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Grade 3/Numbers and Comparing/Convert Between Place Values

Fill in the value that correctly balances the equation:

40 ten thousands =
thousands

Check

The answer is : 400 thousands

Explanation:

Hundred Thousands
Ten Thousands
Thousands
Hundreds
Tens
Ones

When we move a digit to the right, we multiply it by 10 for each place you move it.

When we move a digit to the left, we divide it by 10 for each place you move it.

40 ten thousands = __?__ thousands

Here it moves from ten thousands to thousands , which is one digit to the right. So, we multiply it by 10.

We have:

40 ten thousands = 40 × 10 thousands

So, 40 ten thousands = 400 thousands

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Grade 3/Numbers and Comparing/Convert Between Place Values

Fill in the value that correctly balances the equation:

72 ten thousands =
thousands

Check

The answer is : 720 thousands

Explanation:

Hundred Thousands
Ten Thousands
Thousands
Hundreds
Tens
Ones

When we move a digit to the right, we multiply it by 10 for each place you move it.

When we move a digit to the left, we divide it by 10 for each place you move it.

72 ten thousands = __?__ thousands

Here it moves from ten thousands to thousands , which is one digit to the right. So, we multiply it by 10.

We have:

72 ten thousands = 72 × 10 thousands

So, 72 ten thousands = 720 thousands

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Grade 3/Numbers and Comparing/Convert Between Place Values

Fill in the value that correctly balances the equation:

82 ten thousands =
thousands

Check

The answer is : 820 thousands

Explanation:

Hundred Thousands
Ten Thousands
Thousands
Hundreds
Tens
Ones

When we move a digit to the right, we multiply it by 10 for each place you move it.

When we move a digit to the left, we divide it by 10 for each place you move it.

82 ten thousands = __?__ thousands

Here it moves from ten thousands to thousands , which is one digit to the right. So, we multiply it by 10.

We have:

82 ten thousands = 82 × 10 thousands

So, 82 ten thousands = 820 thousands

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Grade 3/Numbers and Comparing/Convert Between Place Values

Fill in the value that correctly balances the equation:

97 ten thousands =
thousands

Check

The answer is : 970 thousands

Explanation:

Hundred Thousands
Ten Thousands
Thousands
Hundreds
Tens
Ones

When we move a digit to the right, we multiply it by 10 for each place you move it.

When we move a digit to the left, we divide it by 10 for each place you move it.

97 ten thousands = __?__ thousands

Here it moves from ten thousands to thousands , which is one digit to the right. So, we multiply it by 10.

We have:

97 ten thousands = 97 × 10 thousands

So, 97 ten thousands = 970 thousands

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Grade 3/Numbers and Comparing/Convert Between Place Values

Fill in the value that correctly balances the equation:

46 ten thousands =
thousands

Check

The answer is : 460 thousands

Explanation:

Hundred Thousands
Ten Thousands
Thousands
Hundreds
Tens
Ones

When we move a digit to the right, we multiply it by 10 for each place you move it.

When we move a digit to the left, we divide it by 10 for each place you move it.

46 ten thousands = __?__ thousands

Here it moves from ten thousands to thousands , which is one digit to the right. So, we multiply it by 10.

We have:

46 ten thousands = 46 × 10 thousands

So, 46 ten thousands = 460 thousands

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Grade 3/Numbers and Comparing/Convert Between Place Values

Fill in the value that correctly balances the equation:

34 ten thousands =
thousands

Check

The answer is : 340 thousands

Explanation:

Hundred Thousands
Ten Thousands
Thousands
Hundreds
Tens
Ones

When we move a digit to the right, we multiply it by 10 for each place you move it.

When we move a digit to the left, we divide it by 10 for each place you move it.

34 ten thousands = __?__ thousands

Here it moves from ten thousands to thousands , which is one digit to the right. So, we multiply it by 10.

We have:

34 ten thousands = 34 × 10 thousands

So, 34 ten thousands = 340 thousands

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Grade 3/Numbers and Comparing/Convert Between Place Values

Fill in the value that correctly balances the equation:

96 ten thousands =
thousands

Check

The answer is : 960 thousands

Explanation:

Hundred Thousands
Ten Thousands
Thousands
Hundreds
Tens
Ones

When we move a digit to the right, we multiply it by 10 for each place you move it.

When we move a digit to the left, we divide it by 10 for each place you move it.

96 ten thousands = __?__ thousands

Here it moves from ten thousands to thousands , which is one digit to the right. So, we multiply it by 10.

We have:

96 ten thousands = 96 × 10 thousands

So, 96 ten thousands = 960 thousands

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Category:
Grade 3/Numbers and Comparing/Convert Between Place Values

Fill in the value that correctly balances the equation:

96 ten thousands =
thousands

Check

The answer is : 960 thousands

Explanation:

Hundred Thousands
Ten Thousands
Thousands
Hundreds
Tens
Ones

When we move a digit to the right, we multiply it by 10 for each place you move it.

When we move a digit to the left, we divide it by 10 for each place you move it.

96 ten thousands = __?__ thousands

Here it moves from ten thousands to thousands , which is one digit to the right. So, we multiply it by 10.

We have:

96 ten thousands = 96 × 10 thousands

So, 96 ten thousands = 960 thousands

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How to Convert Between Place Values: Ten Thousands and Thousands

Understanding place values helps us work with numbers easily. In this post, we’ll learn how to convert between the ten thousands and thousands places.

What Are Place Values?
Place values are the positions of digits in a number, and each position represents a different value. For example, in the number 52,341 , the digit 5 is in the ten thousands place, and the digit 2 is in the thousands place.

How to Convert Between Ten Thousands and Thousands
To convert between ten thousands and thousands, remember that 1 ten thousand is equal to 10 thousands. This means:

From Ten Thousands to Thousands : Multiply by 10.
Example: 3 ten thousands is equal to 3 × 10 = 30 thousands .
From Thousands to Ten Thousands : Divide by 10.
Example: 40 thousands is equal to 40 ÷ 10 = 4 ten thousands .
Practice Example
Let’s look at the number 78,000 :

7 is in the ten thousands place, meaning it represents 7 ten thousands .
To express this in thousands, multiply by 10: 7 × 10 = 70 thousands .
By understanding these conversions, you can easily move between place values when working with numbers.

Why Is This Important?
Knowing how to convert between place values is helpful when comparing large numbers or solving math problems involving big amounts.

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