# Common Core: 5th Grade Math : Understand Place Value: CCSS.Math.Content.5.NBT.A.1

## Example Questions

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### Example Question #31 : Number & Operations In Base Ten

hundred is equivalent to how many ones?

Explanation:

The hundreds place has a value of  times greater than the ones place value.

If we have  hundred, we can multiply by  to find how many ones that is equivalent to.

### Example Question #31 : Number & Operations In Base Ten

tens is equivalent to how many ones?

Explanation:

The tens place has a value of  times greater than the ones place value.

If we have  tens, we can multiply by  to find how many ones that is equivalent to.

### Example Question #32 : Number & Operations In Base Ten

tens is equivalent to how many ones?

Explanation:

The tens place has a value of  times greater than the ones place value.

If we have  tens, we can multiply by  to find how many ones that is equivalent to.

### Example Question #31 : Number & Operations In Base Ten

tens is equivalent to how many ones?

Explanation:

The tens place has a value of  times greater than the ones place value.

If we have  tens, we can multiply by  to find how many ones that is equivalent to.

### Example Question #33 : Number & Operations In Base Ten

tens is equivalent to how many ones?

Explanation:

The tens place has a value of  times greater than the ones place value.

If we have  tens, we can multiply by  to find how many ones that is equivalent to.

### Example Question #31 : Number & Operations In Base Ten

tens is equivalent to how many ones?

Explanation:

The tens place has a value of  times greater than the ones place value.

If we have  tens, we can multiply by  to find how many ones that is equivalent to.

### Example Question #35 : Number & Operations In Base Ten

tens is equivalent to how many ones?