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Fill in the blank : (MATH-MAGIC-cbse-CLASS -2ND)

  • 200 + 30+2 = _______ 
  • 600 + 40+5 = _______ 
  • 300 + 30 = _______ 
  • 100 + 50 = _______ 
  • 20 + 9 = _______ 
  • (MATH-MAGIC-cbse-CLASS -2ND) 
    SA1 -2011


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  • 200 + 30+2 = ___232____ 
  • 600 + 40+5 = __645_____ 
  • 300 + 30 = __330_____ 
  • 100 + 50 = ___150____ 
  • 20 + 9 = _____29__ 
  • he place value is the value of the location of a digit in a number. The place values are determined by how many places the digit lies to the right or the left of the decimal point.

    The place values to the left of the decimal point are increasing powers of 10:

    • The first place to the left of the decimal point is the ones place, or 10^0.
    • The second place to the left of the decimal is the tens place, or 10^1.
    • The third place to the left of the decimal is the hundreds place, or 10^2.

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  • 200 + 30+2 = __232_____ 
  • 600 + 40+5 = ___645____ 
  • 300 + 30 = ____330___ 
  • 100 + 50 = ____150___ 
  • 20 + 9 = ______29_ 
When we write the number 521, what that number really means is that we have the total of 500 + 20 + 1. We've expanded the number to show the value of each of its digits. When we expand a number to show the value of each digit, we're writing that number in expanded form.

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