Large Number Practice

Using the Decimal Place Value Chart, practice writing these numbers:

10 mills

10 pennies

10 dimes

10 ones

10 tens

10 hundreds

10 thousands

10 hundred-thousands

10 million

10 ten-million

10 hundred-million

110,000 million

100,000 million

10 hundred-billion

1,000 billion

10,000 billion

1 million billion

20 septillion is ___________ trillion.

HOW to write large numbers expressed in different ways:

(1) Identify the denomination.

"Ten hundreds."

Hundreds is the place value denomination.

(2) Identify the amount of the denomination.

(10 is the amount.)

(3) Locate the place value on the chart and start there.

(4) Write the amount, starting in the denomination place and moving to the left.

Write 10, starting with a zero in the hundreds place, and with a 1 to the left in the thousands place.

(5) Fill in the zeros to the decimal point.

(6) Read the number.

(7) You have completed automatic multiplication: "10 x 100 = 1,000".