Year 3 Maths

Summer term
Block E
Lesson 1

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How to partition numbers

To partition a number using place values is to split it into hundreds, tens and units etc. as appropriate.

Example

35

tens    30

units    5

answer 30 + 5 = 35

 

Check your answers using your calculator.

 

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Partitioning Numbers-

 

 

 

 

 

 

Split these numbers into their place values

 

a) =
b) =
c) =
d) =
e) =