Mrs. Yollis' class is learning about numbers. They have learned about:

STANDARD FORM: 2,345

EXPANDED FORM: 2,000 + 300 + 40 + 5

WORD FORM: two thousand, three hundred forty-five

Here is another example of the three forms we learned:

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In the comment section, make up a number and write it out in

**standard**form,**expanded**form, and**word**form.
Challenge someone to a number!

Remember: Do NOT use any personal numbers or words in your comment! No addresses, no phone numbers, and no last names!

Dear Mrs. Yollis and class,

ReplyDeleteI love numbers and now I will make up a number and write it in standard form, expanded form, and word form:

standard form 4,590

expanded form 4,000 + 500 + 90

word form four thousand, five hundred ninety

I challenge someone to this number: 1,234

Good luck!

Dear Mrs. Yollis,

ReplyDeleteI have accepted Nic's challenge!

standard form 1,234

expanded form 1,000 + 200 +30 +4

word form one thousand, two hundred thirty-four

and I also have one of my own with five digits!

standard form 45,678

expanded form 45,000 + 600 + 78

word form forty-five thousand, six hundred seventy-five

I challange someone to this number : 34,507

from,

Aryana

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ReplyDelete@ Aryana,

I love your enthusiasm! You got right on this problem. Good for you!

Although your answer to Nic's problem is correct, you have made an error with your

five digit expanded form.Once you have found your error, please publish it! You will be able to help others learn.

Also, I

challengeyou to spell every word correctly! Watch for red lines and have a parent proofread.Your new teacher,

Mrs. Y♥llis

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I have a number, it is 2,345...

ReplyDeleteStandard Form: 2,345

Expanded Form: 2000 + 300 + 40 + 5

Word Form: two thousand, three hundred, forty - five

I challenge someone 3,987!

Asha

Dear Mrs. Yollis,

ReplyDeleteKiano's number is 34,507

Standard Form: 34,507

Expanded Form: 30,000 + 4,000 + 500 + 7

Written Form: Thirty-four thousand, five hundred seven

We challenge someone to do the number 5,639

Thank you,

Kiano

Dear Class:

ReplyDeleteI accept the challenge from Aryana and Asha.

First Aryana,

Standard Form: 34,507

Expanded Form: 30,000 + 4,000 + 500 + 7

Word Form: thirty-four thousand, five hundred seven

Asha's Challenge

Standard Form : 3,987

Expanded Form: 3000 + 900 + 80 + 7

Word Form: three thousand, nine hundred eighty seven

I would like to challenge someone. Who can tell me the three forms for 8,972?

From,

Ella

Dear Mrs.Yollis,

ReplyDeleteMy number is 4,786.

Standard Form: 4,786

Expanded Form: 4,000 + 700 + 80 + 6

Word Form: four thousand, seven hundred eighty-six

I challenge some one to do the number 2,971.

Sincerely,

Sam

Standard =2971

DeleteExpanded =2000+900+70+1

Word =two thousand, nine hundred, seventy-one

I accept Ella's challenge

ReplyDeleteStandard Form 8,972

Expanded Form 8,000+900+70+2

Word Form eight thousand nine hundred seventy two

From Sean

Standard Form 27,974

ReplyDeleteExpanded Form 20,000+7,000+900+70+4

Word Form twenty seven thousand nine hundred seventy four

I challenge someone to do 5,769

Dear Sean,

DeleteI accept Your challenge.

STANDARD FORM: 5,769

EXPANDED FORM: 5,000+700+60+9

WORD FORM: five thousand, seven hundred sixty-nine

I challenge someone to do 9,876

Dear Tabby,

DeleteI have accepted your challenge.

Standard Form: 9,876

Expanded Form:9,000 + 800 + 70 + 6

Word Form: nine thousand, eight hundred, seventy- six.

Asha

Dear Mrs. Yollis and Class,

ReplyDeleteI accept Sam's number challlenge. The three forms are:

Standard Form: 2,971

Expanded Form: 2,000 + 900 + 70 + 1

Word Form: two thousand, nine hundred seventy-one

I now challenge someone to write the three forms of 99,999.

Good Luck!

Derrick

Dear Mrs. Yollis,

ReplyDeleteThank you for the math challenge, I had so much fun doing it.

ReplyDelete✩ ★ ✩ ★ ✩ ★ ✩ ★ ✩ ★ ✩ ★ ✩ ★Dear class,

Wow! You all really know your place value! I see I will need to step it up a bit.

Problem 1:

Who can write 33,333 in standard form, expanded form, and word form? (Derrick, I got this idea from you!)

Problem 2: Who can write 50,505 in standard form, expanded form, and word form?

Problem 3: (Super Challenge!) Look at the number 279,899.

Who can write 279,899 in standard, expanded, and word form?

Who can tell me where I got that number? HINT: Click on our ClustrMap! :-)

Your math-loving teacher,

Mrs. Y♥llis

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DeleteI accept challenge 3.

Standard form: 279,899.

Expanded form: 200,000+70,000+9,000+800+90+9

Word form: two hundred seventy-nine thousand, eight hundred ninety-nine.

You got the number from the total number of people who visited your blog.

Sincerely,

Nic

@ Mrs. Yollis,

ReplyDeleteI have seen my error. Thank you for correcting me! Thank you for the complement about my enthusiasm. I plan to be enthusiastic for the whole year.

I will do my expanded form again.

Expanded form 40,000 + 5,000 + 600 + 70 + 8

From

Aryana

Dear Mrs. Yollis,

ReplyDeleteI accept Sean's challenge.

Expanded form 5000+700+60+9

Word form Five thousand seven hundred sixty-nine

I challenge someone to do the number 9,431

Noa

Dear Mrs. Yollis,

ReplyDeleteSTANDARD FORM: 9,999

EXPANDED FORM:9,000+900+90+9

WORD FORM: nine thousand, nine hundred ninety-nine

I challenge someone to write 7,979 in the three forms.

Ruby

Dear Mrs. Yollis,

DeleteSTANDARD FORM: 7,979

EXPANDED FORM:7,000+900+70+9

WORD FORM: seven thousand, nine hundred seventy-nine

I challenge someone to write 60,934 in the three forms.

Sydney

Dear Sydney,

DeleteI accept your challenge.

STANDARD FORM: 60,934

EXPANDED FORM: 60,000+ 900+30+ 4

WORD FORM: sixty thousand, nine hundred thirty-four

Ruby

Dear Mrs. Yollis,

ReplyDeleteI accept challenge 2.

standard form: 50,505.

expanded form: 50,000+500+5

word form: fifty thousand five hundred five.

Dear Mrs. Yollis,

ReplyDeleteMy number is 1,522.

Standard Form: 1,522.

Expanded Form: 1,000 + 500 + 20 + 2

Word Form: one thousand, five hundred twenty- two

Ethan

Dear Mrs.Yollis,

ReplyDeleteI accept Ruby's challenge!

STANDARD FORM:7,979

EXPANDED FORM:7,000+900+70+9

WORD FORM: seven thousand nine hundred seventy-nine

if anybody's there I challenge them!!

Kate

Dear Mrs.Yollis,

ReplyDeleteI accept Ruby's challenge!

STANDARD FORM:7,979

EXPANDED FORM:7,000+900+70+9

WORD FORM: seven thousand nine hundred seventy-nine

I challenge someone to 6,152!

Kate

33,333

ReplyDeleteStandard Form 33,333

Expanded Form 30,000+3,000+300+30+3

Word Form thirty three thousand,three hundred,thirty-seven

Dear Mrs. Yollis,

ReplyDeleteKate, I will take your challenge!

6,152

Standard Form: 6,152

Expanded Form: 6,000 +100+50+2

Word Form : Six thousand one hundred fifty two

I challenge someone to 10,999.

Nicholas

Dear Mrs Yollis,

ReplyDeleteWhat an amazing lot of students you have so right on the ball with this awesome maths challenge you sent out for them.

I'm impressed with all the students at just how smart they all are.

Great work everyone keep up the great work.

Sincerely,

AA

The population of the United Kingdom is

ReplyDelete64,105,700

60,000,000 + 4,000,000 + 100,000 + 5,000 + 700

Sixty-four million, one hundred and five thousand, seven hundred.

We hope to add more population numbers tomorrow!

Class 3 @ A Room with a View

The population of Venezuela

ReplyDelete30,206,307

30,000,000+200,000+6,000+300+7

Thirty million, two hundred and six thousand, three hundred and seven.

The population of India

ReplyDelete1,248,700,000

1,000,000,000 + 200,000,000 + 700,000 = 1,248,700,000

One billion, two hundred and forty-eight million, seven hundred thousand

The population of Argentina

ReplyDelete42,669,500

40,000,000 + 2,000,000 +600,000 + 600,00 + 9,000 500

Forty-two million, six hundred and sixty-nine thousand, five hundred

The population of Peru

ReplyDelete30,814,175

30,000,000 + 800,000 + 10,000 + 4,000 + 100 + 70 + 5 =30,814,175.

Thirty million eight hundred and fourteen thousand , one hundred and seventy-five.

Dear Mrs. Yollis,

ReplyDeleteI have a favorite number of mine:

Standard Form: 999,999,999,999Expanded Form: 900,000,000,000 + 90,000,000,000 + 9,000,000,000 + 900,000,000 + 90,000,000 + 9,000,000 + 900,000 + 90,000 + 9,000 + 900 + 90 + 9Word Form: Nine hundred ninety-nine billion, nine hundred ninety-nine million, nine hundred ninety-nine thousand, nine hundred ninety-nineMy number was pretty big, but even in the start of fourth grade, we have gone beyond this number. We have learned exponents, and that's where the number has a little number next to it. If it had a 10 and a little 2 next to it, you would say, ten to the power of two. You might think it would be twenty, but it's actually one hundred because the little number is what how many times you should multiply the bigger number. That means it would be 10 x 10 which is one hundred! This might be confusing, but you will learn it in fourth grade.

Sincerely,

Heather

Dear Noa,

ReplyDeleteI have accepted your challenge.

Standard Form:9,431

Expanded Form:9,000+400+30+1

Word Form: nine thousand,four hundred,thirty-one.

I challenge someone to do the number 78,980

Sincerely,

Asha

@ Asha,

DeleteI accept your challenge:

Standard Form: 78,980Expanded Form: 70,000 + 8,000 + 900 + 80Word Form: seventy-eight thousand, nine hundred eightyI challenge someone to do the number 123,456,789 or 989,898,989,898!

Cheers,

Heather