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23 Cards in this Set
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bills

dollars


cent sign

C


change

left over dollars or coins


coin

money


compare

to determine whether a number is less than, equal to, or greater than another number


decimal point

A point used to separate ones and tenths in decimals.
$10.35 

digit

Any one of the numbers 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9.


dollar sign

$


expanded form

The written form of a number that shows the place value of each of its digits.
500+70+8 

greatest

biggest, largest


hundred thousands

count over six digits  243,187


hundreds

count over three places  789


greater than

>
765>298 

less than

<
145<760 

least

smallest


number line

A line consisting of points equally spaced, each of which stands for a number.


ordinal number

A number that indicates order or position (first, second, third, and so on).


place value

The value given to the place or position that a digit has in a number(ones, tens, hundreds, thousands, and so on).


round

To estimate a number by replacing it with a number expressed in tens, hundreds, thousands, and so on.


standard form

The usual way of writing a number  578


ten thousands

count over five places 
25, 399 

thousands

count over four places  5,200


word name

numbers spelled as words 250=two hundred fifty
