expanded notation

expanded notation

[ik¦spand·əd nō′tā·shən]
(mathematics)
The representation of a number as the sum of a series of terms, each of which is written explicitly as the product of a digit and the base of the number system raised to some power.
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In a case such as this, it is recommended that zero be considered a part of the expanded notation.
It includes math concepts such as addition and subtraction, skip counting, ordinal numbers, expanded notation, length and weight, graphing, and probability.
Can you explain your number using expanded notation (24 is 2 tens and 4 ones or 20 + 4)?
The book offers a wide variety of activities, including matching various forms of expanded notation, working out problems that involve skip counting, recognizing fractional parts in drawings, and solving "Who am I?

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