## NUMBER NAME - ESSENTIAL POINTS

1. The number shown on the abacus is 475 or four hundred and seventy five.
2. The even numbers like 4, 6, 8, 20, 24 50, 270 are exactly divisible by 2.
3. The odd numbers like 9, 13, 25, 27, 33, 67, 231 are not divisible by 2.
4. The number 80 tens is equal to 80 X 10 = 8 hundreds.
5. The smallest two digit number is 10.
6. The greatest two digit number is 99.
7. The smallest three digit number is 100.
8. The greatest three digit number is 999.
9. Out of 18 tens (180), 12 hundreds(1200), 120 ones (120), 10 hundreds(1000) and 1,300, the number 1,300 is largest and 18 tens is smallest.
10. The place value of the digit is where the digit is placed in the number that is at ones, tens or hundreds place.
Suppose there is a number 546. The place value of 5 is 500. The place value of 4 is forty. The place value of 6 is 6.
5   4    6

H    T   O.    H = hundreds, T = tens, O = ones.

11. Suppose there is a bunch of 66 sticks, and we want to make groups of 10 sticks. Then we can create 6 groups with 10 sticks in each, and the remaining sticks will be 6.

12. When we arrange the following numbers 234, 345, 180, 90 and 94 from highest to lowest, then the lowest  number is 90 and the highest number is 345.