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A number has been written in the expanded form.
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What is the number?
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This number has 600 plus 10 plus one.
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We need to take this number and put it in standard form.
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Our standard form is a digit for the hundreds, a digit for the tens, and a digit for the units.
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How many hundreds are there in this number?
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Six.
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There are 600s.
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So we write six in the hundreds place.
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From there, we need to check the tens place.
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How many tens are in this number?
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The number only has one 10.
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So we write a one in the tens place.
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And how many units do we have, how many ones?
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We have one unit.
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So we write a one in the units place.
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When we simplify that and put it altogether, we get 611 — six, one, one.
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We also want to know what is the correct unit form of this expanded number?
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Using the table we’ve just created, we can write out in words to unit form.
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Starting with our hundreds, we have 600.
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In our tens, we have one 10.
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And finally, in our units place, we have one, one.
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This is how we would use words to write the unit form: six hundreds, one 10, one, one.