MEP Book 3a
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Write the numbers as digits. Put one digit in each box
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Write each pair of numbers as digits. Which answer in the pair is more?
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(a) Complete the table below by breaking the numbers down into their digit parts.

Number to be broken downThHTU
(b) Write the numbers from the table above in words.

NumberNumber in words

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