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Convert Between Place Values (Thousands-Hundreds)

Switching between place values, such as thousands and hundreds, allows us to see how larger numbers are organized and simplified.

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Grade 3/Numbers and Comparing/Convert Between Place Values

Fill in the value that correctly balances the equation:

86 thousands =
hundreds

Check

The answer is : 860 hundreds

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.

86 thousands = __?__ hundreds

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

We have:

86 thousands = 86 × 10 hundreds

So, 86 thousands = 860 hundreds

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Grade 3/Numbers and Comparing/Convert Between Place Values

Fill in the value that correctly balances the equation:

94 thousands =
hundreds

Check

The answer is : 940 hundreds

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.

94 thousands = __?__ hundreds

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

We have:

94 thousands = 94 × 10 hundreds

So, 94 thousands = 940 hundreds

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Grade 3/Numbers and Comparing/Convert Between Place Values

Fill in the value that correctly balances the equation:

55 thousands =
hundreds

Check

The answer is : 550 hundreds

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.

55 thousands = __?__ hundreds

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

We have:

55 thousands = 55 × 10 hundreds

So, 55 thousands = 550 hundreds

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Grade 3/Numbers and Comparing/Convert Between Place Values

Fill in the value that correctly balances the equation:

30 thousands =
hundreds

Check

The answer is : 300 hundreds

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.

30 thousands = __?__ hundreds

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

We have:

30 thousands = 30 × 10 hundreds

So, 30 thousands = 300 hundreds

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Grade 3/Numbers and Comparing/Convert Between Place Values

Fill in the value that correctly balances the equation:

89 thousands =
hundreds

Check

The answer is : 890 hundreds

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 thousands = __?__ hundreds

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

We have:

89 thousands = 89 × 10 hundreds

So, 89 thousands = 890 hundreds

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Grade 3/Numbers and Comparing/Convert Between Place Values

Fill in the value that correctly balances the equation:

15 thousands =
hundreds

Check

The answer is : 150 hundreds

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.

15 thousands = __?__ hundreds

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

We have:

15 thousands = 15 × 10 hundreds

So, 15 thousands = 150 hundreds

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Grade 3/Numbers and Comparing/Convert Between Place Values

Fill in the value that correctly balances the equation:

39 thousands =
hundreds

Check

The answer is : 390 hundreds

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.

39 thousands = __?__ hundreds

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

We have:

39 thousands = 39 × 10 hundreds

So, 39 thousands = 390 hundreds

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Grade 3/Numbers and Comparing/Convert Between Place Values

Fill in the value that correctly balances the equation:

66 thousands =
hundreds

Check

The answer is : 660 hundreds

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.

66 thousands = __?__ hundreds

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

We have:

66 thousands = 66 × 10 hundreds

So, 66 thousands = 660 hundreds

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Grade 3/Numbers and Comparing/Convert Between Place Values

Fill in the value that correctly balances the equation:

7 thousands =
hundreds

Check

The answer is : 70 hundreds

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.

7 thousands = __?__ hundreds

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

We have:

7 thousands = 7 × 10 hundreds

So, 7 thousands = 70 hundreds

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Grade 3/Numbers and Comparing/Convert Between Place Values

Fill in the value that correctly balances the equation:

22 thousands =
hundreds

Check

The answer is : 220 hundreds

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.

22 thousands = __?__ hundreds

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

We have:

22 thousands = 22 × 10 hundreds

So, 22 thousands = 220 hundreds

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Grade 3/Numbers and Comparing/Convert Between Place Values

Fill in the value that correctly balances the equation:

5 thousands =
hundreds

Check

The answer is : 50 hundreds

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.

5 thousands = __?__ hundreds

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

We have:

5 thousands = 5 × 10 hundreds

So, 5 thousands = 50 hundreds

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Grade 3/Numbers and Comparing/Convert Between Place Values

Fill in the value that correctly balances the equation:

34 thousands =
hundreds

Check

The answer is : 340 hundreds

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 thousands = __?__ hundreds

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

We have:

34 thousands = 34 × 10 hundreds

So, 34 thousands = 340 hundreds

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Grade 3/Numbers and Comparing/Convert Between Place Values

Fill in the value that correctly balances the equation:

85 thousands =
hundreds

Check

The answer is : 850 hundreds

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.

85 thousands = __?__ hundreds

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

We have:

85 thousands = 85 × 10 hundreds

So, 85 thousands = 850 hundreds

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

Fill in the value that correctly balances the equation:

35 thousands =
hundreds

Check

The answer is : 350 hundreds

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 thousands = __?__ hundreds

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

We have:

35 thousands = 35 × 10 hundreds

So, 35 thousands = 350 hundreds

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

Fill in the value that correctly balances the equation:

10 thousands =
hundreds

Check

The answer is : 100 hundreds

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.

10 thousands = __?__ hundreds

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

We have:

10 thousands = 10 × 10 hundreds

So, 10 thousands = 100 hundreds

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

Fill in the value that correctly balances the equation:

83 thousands =
hundreds

Check

The answer is : 830 hundreds

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.

83 thousands = __?__ hundreds

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

We have:

83 thousands = 83 × 10 hundreds

So, 83 thousands = 830 hundreds

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

Fill in the value that correctly balances the equation:

22 thousands =
hundreds

Check

The answer is : 220 hundreds

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.

22 thousands = __?__ hundreds

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

We have:

22 thousands = 22 × 10 hundreds

So, 22 thousands = 220 hundreds

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

Fill in the value that correctly balances the equation:

21 thousands =
hundreds

Check

The answer is : 210 hundreds

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.

21 thousands = __?__ hundreds

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

We have:

21 thousands = 21 × 10 hundreds

So, 21 thousands = 210 hundreds

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

Fill in the value that correctly balances the equation:

35 thousands =
hundreds

Check

The answer is : 350 hundreds

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 thousands = __?__ hundreds

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

We have:

35 thousands = 35 × 10 hundreds

So, 35 thousands = 350 hundreds

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

Fill in the value that correctly balances the equation:

24 thousands =
hundreds

Check

The answer is : 240 hundreds

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.

24 thousands = __?__ hundreds

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

We have:

24 thousands = 24 × 10 hundreds

So, 24 thousands = 240 hundreds

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Exploring Place Values: Thousands and Hundreds!

Hey there, third graders! Today, we’re going to have some fun learning about place values, especially how we can convert between thousands and hundreds. Are you ready? Let’s dive in!

What Are Place Values?
Place values help us understand how big numbers are made. Each digit in a number has its own special place. For example, in the number 3,245:

The “3” is in the thousands place, so it means 3 thousand!
The “2” is in the hundreds place, which means 2 hundred.
The “4” is in the tens place, so that’s 4 tens (or 40).
The “5” is in the ones place, which is just 5.
Converting Thousands to Hundreds
Now, let’s see how we can change thousands into hundreds!

Did you know that:

1 thousand = 10 hundreds?
So, if you have 3 thousand, that’s 3 × 10 = 30 hundreds!
Converting Hundreds to Thousands
What if we want to go the other way? Let’s convert hundreds into thousands:

100 hundreds = 1 thousand.
So, if you have 500 hundreds, that’s 500 ÷ 100 = 5 thousands!
Why Is This Important?
Understanding how to switch between thousands and hundreds helps us see how numbers fit together. This skill is super useful for adding, subtracting, and even for understanding big numbers!

Let’s Practice!
Convert 2,000 into hundreds:
2,000 = 20 hundreds!
Convert 400 hundreds into thousands:
400 hundreds = 4 thousands!
Great job, everyone! Keep practicing converting between thousands and hundreds, and you’ll be a place value expert in no time!

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