Expanded Form?

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An expanded form is a mathematical representation of numbers in accordance to their powers at place value or place base. It allows for easy multiplication or addition of numbers with different place values.
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1. Write a number in expanded form using both numbers and words. For example, write "23,851" as "2 ten thousands, 3 thousands, 8 hundreds, 5 tens and 1 one. This illustrates
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expanded from is important because it helps you to read the number easier and it helps you to know what the number is and of coures some people may think tat this is not important
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604,511,013 = (6 x 10. 8.) + (0 x 10. 7.) + (4 x 10. 6.) + (5 x 10. 5.) + (1 x 10. 4.) + (1 x 10. 3.) + (0 x 10. 2.) + (1 x 10. 1.) + (3 x 10. 0.).
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345 = (3 x 100) + (4 x 10) + (5 x 1).
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Expanded notation represents a number as the sum of each of its digits multiplied by their place value.
Expanded form is when a number is expanded out to show the value of each digit of the number. For example the number 2,546 in expanded form is 2000 + 500 + 40 + 6.
Expanded form means every step that it takes to get to the final answer. When you are doing division, you are usually asked to put it in the expanded form. You can find more information here: http://www.icoachmath.com/sitemap/expandedform.html
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When you use the expanded form of math, you are separating the digits. For example 123 in expanded form would be 100+20+3 and 1113 would be 1000+100+10+3. ...
It's easy to write decimals in expanded form. Let use 54.574. It would be 50 + 4 + 0.5 + 0.07 + 0.004. Very simple to do once you know how to do it. ...
To wire the number thirty-one million, six thousand, one hundred fifty in expanded form you will want to write it in numerical form. I have found that it is easiest ...
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