Whole Number Glossary L1

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Every digit in a number has a value, depending on its position in the number. This is called its Place value
Round ? when the key digit is 5, 6, 7, 8 or 9. up
Round ? when the key digit is 1, 2, 3 or 4. down
When you multiply a number by 10, all the digits in the number move ? place to the left. one
When you multiply a number by 100, all the digits in the number move ? places to the left. two
When you multiply a number by 1000, all the digits in the number move ? places to the left. three
When you divide a number by 10, all the digits in the number move place ? to the right. one
When you divide a whole number by 100, all the digits in the number move ? places to the right. two
Add and ? are opposite calculations. subtract
Multiply and ? are opposite calculations. divide
A negative or minus sign written in front of a number, for example, –5, shows that it is ? . negative
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