Chapter 1 Numbers to 10,000

  • Chapter 1

    Chapter Objective:

    * Count and compare numbers to 10,000


    Vocabulary:

    Word Form - Two thousand, four hundred seventy-eight is the word form for 2,478.

    Standard Form -2,478 is the standard form of two thousand four hundred seventy-eight.

    Digit - A number is made up of digits. In the number 1,479, the digits are 1,4,7 and 9.

    Place-value chart/ place-value strip - A table or grid showing the place value of each digit in a number.

    Expanded form - 2,000 + 400 + 70 + 8 is the expanded form of 2,478.

    Greater than ( > ) - Use greater than when comparing two numbers. Ex: 2,000 > 1,000

    Less than ( < ) - Use less than when representing a smaller quantity. Ex: 1,000 < 2,000

    Least - Use least when representing the smallest quantity.

    Greatest - Use greatest when representing the highest quantity.

    Rule - An operation that relates consecutive numbers in a number line or sequence.

    Number line - A number line is a line on which  numbers can be located.