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Place value tells us the value of each digit in a
numeral based on its position. A place value chart helps us to recognize large
numbers. We read place value chart from left to right. In Indian system we
start grouping the number from right in group of 3 and further in group of 2.The
place value chart have been separated into groups called periods i.e. ones,
thousands, lakhs and crores.
Let’s read this number according to Indian
Place Value Chart.
3, 56,245 – Three lakh fifty six thousand two hundred
1, 23, 50,005- One crore twenty three lakh fifty
International Place Value Chart
The place value that is used in many countries of the
world is called International Place Value Chart. To understand the place value
of each digit, we put the number in place value chart so that we can identify
each digit. In International system we
start grouping the number from right in group of 3, called period and we put
comma or space after each period to make the number easily readable.
Let’s read this number according to
International Place Value Chart.
37,987,450 – Thirty seven million nine hundred eighty
seven thousand four hundred fifty
100,000,150- One hundred million one hundred fifty
Let’s compare the two number systems
From above comparison we observe that
100 thousands = 1 lakh
1 million = 10 lakhs
10 millions = 1 crore
100 millions= 10 crores
Place Value and Face Value
Place value of the digit is the product of the face
value of the digit and the value of its place whereas face value of a digit is
the digit itself.
Let’s find the face value and place value
of 6 in 6, 45,100
Face Value is digit itself so face value of 6 in 6,
45,100 is ‘6’
Place Value of the digit is product of the face value
of the digit and the value of its place so, place value of 6 in 6,45,100 is 6 x
1,00,000 = 6,00,000 (6 Lakh)
In expanded form, we expand each digit of a number to
its place value.