# Common Core: 5th Grade Math : Read and Write Decimals to Thousandths Using Base-Ten Numerals, Number Names, and Expanded Form: CCSS.Math.Content.5.NBT.A.3a

## Example Questions

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### Example Question #1 : Read And Write Decimals To Thousandths Using Base Ten Numerals, Number Names, And Expanded Form: Ccss.Math.Content.5.Nbt.A.3a

What is  in expanded form?

Explanation:

When we write a number in expanded form, we multiply each digit by its place value.

is in the ones place, so we multiply by

is in the tenths place, so we multiply by

is in the hundredths place, so we multiply by .

Then we add the products together.

### Example Question #2 : Read And Write Decimals To Thousandths Using Base Ten Numerals, Number Names, And Expanded Form: Ccss.Math.Content.5.Nbt.A.3a

What is  in expanded form?

Explanation:

When we write a number in expanded form, we multiply each digit by its place value.

is in the ones place, so we multiply by

is in the tenths place, so we multiply by

is in the hundredths place, so we multiply by .

Then we add the products together.

### Example Question #3 : Read And Write Decimals To Thousandths Using Base Ten Numerals, Number Names, And Expanded Form: Ccss.Math.Content.5.Nbt.A.3a

What is  in expanded form?

Explanation:

When we write a number in expanded form, we multiply each digit by its place value.

is in the ones place, so we multiply by

is in the tenths place, so we multiply by

is in the hundredths place, so we multiply by .

Then we add the products together.

### Example Question #4 : Read And Write Decimals To Thousandths Using Base Ten Numerals, Number Names, And Expanded Form: Ccss.Math.Content.5.Nbt.A.3a

What is  in expanded form?

Explanation:

When we write a number in expanded form, we multiply each digit by its place value.

is in the ones place, so we multiply by

is in the tenths place, so we multiply by

is in the hundredths place, so we multiply by .

Then we add the products together.

### Example Question #5 : Read And Write Decimals To Thousandths Using Base Ten Numerals, Number Names, And Expanded Form: Ccss.Math.Content.5.Nbt.A.3a

What is  in expanded form?

Explanation:

When we write a number in expanded form, we multiply each digit by its place value.

is in the ones place, so we multiply by

is in the tenths place, so we multiply by

is in the hundredths place, so we multiply by .

Then we add the products together.

### Example Question #6 : Read And Write Decimals To Thousandths Using Base Ten Numerals, Number Names, And Expanded Form: Ccss.Math.Content.5.Nbt.A.3a

What is  in expanded form?

Explanation:

When we write a number in expanded form, we multiply each digit by its place value.

is in the ones place, so we multiply by

is in the tenths place, so we multiply by

is in the hundredths place, so we multiply by .

Then we add the products together.

### Example Question #7 : Read And Write Decimals To Thousandths Using Base Ten Numerals, Number Names, And Expanded Form: Ccss.Math.Content.5.Nbt.A.3a

What is  in expanded form?

Explanation:

When we write a number in expanded form, we multiply each digit by its place value.

is in the ones place, so we multiply by

is in the tenths place, so we multiply by

is in the hundredths place, so we multiply by .

Then we add the products together.

### Example Question #8 : Read And Write Decimals To Thousandths Using Base Ten Numerals, Number Names, And Expanded Form: Ccss.Math.Content.5.Nbt.A.3a

What is  in expanded form?

Explanation:

When we write a number in expanded form, we multiply each digit by its place value.

is in the ones place, so we multiply by

is in the tenths place, so we multiply by

is in the hundredths place, so we multiply by .

Then we add the products together.

### Example Question #9 : Read And Write Decimals To Thousandths Using Base Ten Numerals, Number Names, And Expanded Form: Ccss.Math.Content.5.Nbt.A.3a

What is  in expanded form?

Explanation:

When we write a number in expanded form, we multiply each digit by its place value.

is in the ones place, so we multiply by

is in the tenths place, so we multiply by

is in the hundredths place, so we multiply by .

Then we add the products together.

### Example Question #10 : Read And Write Decimals To Thousandths Using Base Ten Numerals, Number Names, And Expanded Form: Ccss.Math.Content.5.Nbt.A.3a

What is  in expanded form?

Explanation:

When we write a number in expanded form, we multiply each digit by its place value.

is in the ones place, so we multiply by

is in the tenths place, so we multiply by

is in the hundredths place, so we multiply by .

Then we add the products together.

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