Whole numbers are always a positive number (including zero) which does not have a decimal or is not in a fraction. It is a number within itself, for example: 4.
Place Value
Every single number has a place value regardless of how many digits it includes. The most common place values that will appear in your exam is:
Example: In the number 65,738, each number has its own place value. Using the table below, we can order the numbers based on their place value. If we remember, the last number is a unit, we can work backwards to find out where the other numbers would fit in.
If the exam question was, "How do you write 65,738 in words?" You could use this method to find out how to do so. Using the table above we can see that 65,738 can be broken up into 60,000 + 5,000 + 700 + 30 + 5 which is easier to write - this would be written as sixty five thousand, seven hundred and thirty eight,
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Addition and Subtraction
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Multiplication
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