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Regrouping decimal numbers
Let's tackle some more challenging problems that stretch our understanding of decimal place value. These problems involve regrouping place values in interesting ways.
A number like 675 is really an addition problem. Each place value is added together to form the sum (the number). If we regroup the numbers thereby changing the individual place values, we still don't change the outcome. It's still the ...
This example problem gets the ole noggin working. We're regrouping numbers and having to determine how each place value shakes out.
Let's work this example together. It will make clear the whole idea of regrouping whole numbers.
Regroup numbers in each place value (e.g., regroup 1 ten as 10 ones) to express whole numbers in different ways.
We're doing more regrouping but this time using decimals. Just remember those place values!
Similar to a problem we did earlier but with whole numbers, this time we're having to regroup with decimals and find the right answer. Take your time.
Great decimal regrouping exercise. Do this one with us and see how well you've mastered the regrouping decimal topic!
Regroup numbers in each place value (e.g., regroup 1 ten as 10 ones) to express decimals in different ways.