place-value


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place-value

adj
(Mathematics) denoting a series in which successive digits represent successive powers of the base
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A wide range of materials are available for teachers to use in their teaching of place-value, for example, small objects that can be grouped into tens, tens frames, Slavonic abacuses and so on (see Young-Loveridge, 1999).
Using the smartboard, DeAmicis conducted a place-value lesson for her fifth-graders on Monday morning.
The Babylonians devised the first written math and used a place-value number system.
Since most of the value of today's bet is the place-value roll-up on the doubles and trebles, I recommend no bet at all if Warwick is abandoned.