Place Values by 6 digit numbers -
Ones to Hundred Thousands
Each number in a six digit number has a different
example: The number 342,365
The 3 is in the hundred thousands place. It tells you there is 3 sets of hundred thousand, in the hundred thousand place.
The 4 is in the ten thousands place. It tells you there is 4 sets of ten thousand in the thousand place.
10,000+10,000+10,000+10,000 = 40,000
The 2 is in the thousands place. It tells you that there
2 sets of thousand in the thousands place.
1000+1000 = 2000
The 6 is in the tens place. It tells you there are 6 sets of
tens in the tens place
The 5 is in the ones place. It tells you
there are 5 ones in the ones place
300,000, 40,000 + 2000 + 300 + 60 + 5 = 342,365
The number 342,365 on a place value chart