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## How do you write an expanded form example?

We know that the number written as sum of the place-values of its digits is called the expanded form of a number. In expanded form of a number, the number is shown according to the place values of its digits. Thus, 2000 + 300 + 80 + 5 is the expanded form of 2385.

**What are the 3 ways to write expanded form?**

The three ways to write expanded form of number are :

- expanded form.
- standard form.
- Writtenform.

**How do you write 1 billion in expanded form?**

In number form, we know that 1 billion is written like this: 1,000,000,000.

### How do you write 100 in expanded form?

100 +00 +0 is your answer.

**How do you write 56 in expanded form?**

- Expanded Form. When you write a number in expanded form, you write a number in the form of an addition statement that shows place value.
- Expanded Form.
- 65 = 60 + 5.
- 56 = 50 + 6.
- 91 = 90 + 1.
- 24 = 20 + 4.
- 76 = 70 + 6.
- 37 = 30 + 7.

**How is 100 billion written?**

Large numbers like 100 billion are cumbersome to write out in ordinary form (100,000,000,000) and so scientists use a shorthand notation called powers of ten.

## What is an example of expanded form?

Expanded form is an alternate way for students to write a given number, focusing on the value of each digit. For example, 456 in expanded form is 400 + 50 + 6. Expanded form is great way to reinforce the concept of place value.

**What is expanded form example?**

Writing a number in expanded form means to show the value of each digit in the number. We start in the ones column. 9 is simply 9 ones so we just write 9. 4 is in the tens column so is worth 40. 1 is in the hundreds column so is worth 100. We write 149 in expanded form as 100 + 40 + 9. We write the values as a sum.

**How do you write numbers in expanded notation?**

Learning to write numbers in expanded form is an easy way to remember the importance of each digit’s placement, or its place value, in a number. To write a number in expanded form, multiply each digit by its place value and then connect each term with addition signs.

### How do you write a decimal in expanded form as a fraction?

In expanded form of decimal fractions we will learn how to read and write the decimal numbers. For example, 493.2 = 4 hundreds + 9 tens + 3 ones + 2 tenths. = 400 + 90 + 3 + 2/10. 1436.74 = 1 thousands + 4 hundreds + 3 tens + 6 ones + 7 tenths + 4 hundredths. = 1000 + 400 + 30 + 6 + 7/10 + 4/100.