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100

Explain the value of the digit 7 in the number 734 using hundreds, tens, and ones.

700

100

What is 43 + 25? Solve using place value strategies.

68

100

Is 500 equal to 500?

YES

100

What is 10 more than 235?

225

100

524+278=

802

200

What is the value of the digit 5 in the number 759?

50

200

If you have 62 apples and give away 15, how many apples do you have left?

47

200

True or False: 500 is less than 700

TRUE

200

What number is 100 more than 450?

550

200

462-389=

73

300

What is the expanded form of the number 583?

500+80+3

300

Find the missing number: 56 - _ = 31

25

300

Compare: 300 _ 200

300>200

300

Count forward by fives starting from 10. What is the third number?

25

300

In Mrs. Smith's classroom, there are 524 chairs. If 310 chairs are moved to another classroom, how many chairs are still in Mrs. Smith's classroom?

214

400

Write the number: Three hundred twenty-five

325

400

Add the tens and ones to find the sum: 42 + 18

40+10=50

2+8=10

50+10=60

400

Compare: 350 _ 400

350<400

400

Count backward by tens from 200. What is the fourth number?

160

400

At Happy Elementary School, 248 crayons were bought for the first-grade class and 175 were bought for the second-grade class. How many crayons were bought in total for both classes?

423

500

True or False: 200 + 100 = 301

FALSE, it is 300

500

John has 39 toy cars. He buys 17 more toy cars. How many toy cars does John have now?

56

500

Are the following numbers in order from least to greatest: 250, 200, 150, 120?

NO, they are actually ordered from GREATEST to LEAST
500

If you start at 800 and count backward by tens, what is the 5th number?

750

500

John had 356 crayons in his school bag. If he gave 127 crayons to his friend, how many crayons does he have left?

229